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Minsky's Financial Instability Hypothesis | Outside the Box …

The financial instability hypothesis has both empirical and theoretical aspects. The readily observed empirical aspect is that, from time to time, capitalist economies exhibit inflations and debt deflations which seem to have [...]

Japan Sales Tax Could Repeat 1997 Deflation – Business Insider

“Ending deflation and raising the sales tax are achievable at the same time,” said Bank of Japan governor Haruhiko Kuroda last week. “Restoring fiscal health is absolutely necessary and important by itself, but once fiscal  … [...]

Eurozone risks Japan-style trap as deflation grinds closer | count …

Proverbs 9:8 Do not rebuke a mocker or he will hate you; rebuke a wise man and he will love you. Instruct a wise man and he will be wiser still; teach a righteous man and he will add to his learning (by count down to zero [...]

Mike Norman Economics: Lars Syll — Sweden hit by deflation

… neoclassical economics has nothing to offer in way of solving the problems that it brings along – and why it is so important to get hold of the insights that Fisher, Keynes, Minsky and Krugman have given us on debt- deflation … [...]

Bank of Japan's Boosting QE Against Non-Existent Deflation – Bonds …

From: Forbes – Bonds – 11:18pm – November 19, 2012. Shirakawa Masaaki, since 2008 governor of the Bank of Japan , the first Central Bank to let the genie of quantitative easing (QE) out of the bottle some twenty years ago, often seems to … [...]

Mike Norman Economics: Hugh Hendry – 'Bad things are going to …

Share to TwitterShare to Facebook. Labels: debt deflation , depression, Hyman Minsky , Irving Fisher … Hendry also talks about debt deflation and he has called for debt relief. He adamantly holds the position that the banks … [...]

Vikram Mansharamani's 'Boombustology: Spotting Financial Bubbles

He then attempts to combine the Austrian cycle, Minsky's financial instability hypothesis, and debt- deflation theory into one theoretical construct, “with debt and its magnifying power as the primary drivers of the cycle” (pg. [...]