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CONVERSABLE ECONOMIST: Deflation: The Case for Worrying Less

As a starting point, consider pre-World War I episodes of deflation from 1860-1901 in ten countries: Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan , Netherlands, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States. Some of [...]

Edward.Hugh.Blog: Will Japan Re-enter Deflation in April 2015?

Reading the most recent statements from Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda or Finance Minister Taro Aso you would get the impression that the days of deflation are now well and truly numbered in Japan [...]

What the Crisis Taught Us: More Bubbles! We Need Bigger Bubbles

Mish's financial blog covers global news and macroeconomic events regarding the world economy. The blog's primary focus is inflation, deflation , and hyperinflation topics, especially currencies, gold, silver, crude, oil, energy  … [...]

Panic In China: Malinvestment, Deflation, And The Next Emerging …

While the deflation of the Chinese asset bubble will have a global impact, not everyone will be negatively affected. It's worth noting that China is following almost the exact same path as Japan in the 1980's. While China might  … [...]

Japan Is Back | Foreign Affairs

So it followed naturally that my second administration should prioritize getting rid of deflation and turning around the Japanese economy. Let's say that I have set the priorities right this time to reflect the concerns of the people, … [...]

Japan PM: Deflation is monetary phenomenon, can be overcome by …

Japan PM: Deflation is monetary phenomenon, can be overcome by monetary policy – [...]