MMT...RIP (Market Booms & Busts, Austrian Economics) with Alex Pollock

Episode 201 February 04, 2022 01:10:36
MMT...RIP (Market Booms & Busts, Austrian Economics) with Alex Pollock
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MMT...RIP (Market Booms & Busts, Austrian Economics) with Alex Pollock
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Episode #201 features Alex J. Pollock.

Alex J. Pollock is a student of financial systems. His work includes cycles of booms and busts, financial crises with their political responses, housing finance, government-sponsored enterprises, risk and uncertainty, central banking, banking and financial regulation, corporate governance, retirement finance, student loans, and the politics of finance.

Pre-order Alex Pollock's upcoming book Surprised Again!: The COVID Crisis and the New Market Bubble (Link)

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