20 Sep 2010

The Empirical Case Against Government Stimulus

Economics, Shameless Self-Promotion 1 Comment

Details here. Seriously, did I bust Krugman or did I not? I think the most a Keynesian could say after reading this is, “We have never really had a good test of our policy recommendations, in all of recorded history. But we still cling to the theory that government deficits are good for economic growth.”

One Response to “The Empirical Case Against Government Stimulus”

  1. James Miller says:

    Busting Krugman is as easy as taking a dump ( I apologize for being crude) but nonetheless you did a fantastic job of outlining the failures of government stimulus. I don’t get what you don’t have your own New York Times column, I mean they aren’t a partisan news source are they……..