26 Jan 2009

Robert Lucas’ Strange Faith in Bernanke

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Lately the Mises Daily may have given the impression that we just bash Paul Krugman. In the interest of balance, today I will cast aspersions on another Nobel laureate, the Chicago School economist Robert Lucas. As is typical among many “promarket” economists, the undeniably sharp Lucas inexplicably sees no problem with government price fixing when it comes to interest rates.

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