Category Archives: John Maynard Keynes

Potential Employment Changes

It seems to me…. “I see three forces militating in favor of growing inequality: increasing measurement of worker value added, automation through smart software, and globalization.” ~ Tyler Cowen[1]. There is considerable evidence that technological advancement is eliminating job categories, … Continue reading

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Fiscal Crisis Response

It seems to me…. “A clear lesson of history is that a ‘sine qua non’ for sustained economic recovery following a financial crisis is a thoroughgoing repair of the financial system.” ~ Janet Yellen[1]. Every major economy realized by late 2008 … Continue reading

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Fiscal Crisis Response

It seems to me…. “A clear lesson of history is that a ‘sine qua non’ for sustained economic recovery following a financial crisis is a thoroughgoing repair of the financial system.” ~ Janet Yellen[1]. It was realized in every major … Continue reading

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Stimulus Still Beneficial

It seems to me… “But to-day we have involved ourselves in a colossal muddle, having blundered in the control of a delicate machine, the working of which we do not understand.  The result is that our possibilities of wealth may … Continue reading

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Invest In America

Economic recovery, the primary subject of this posting has been analyzed in depth by numerous economists (I do not pretend to be an economist).  For a much better explanation than I am able to provide, one of the best books … Continue reading

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Economic Recovery

It seems to me… “Economic growth without social progress lets the great majority of people remain in poverty, while a privileged few reap the benefits of rising abundance.”  ~ John F. Kennedy. Despite all the political rhetoric to the contrary, … Continue reading

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Fork In The Trail

It seems to me… “I think the person who takes a job in order to live – that is to say, for the money – has turned himself into a slave.”  ~ Joseph Campbell. A well-known media theorist and author … Continue reading

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