A Manifesto for Economic Sense

“More than four years after the financial crisis began, the world’s major advanced economies remain deeply depressed, in a scene all too reminiscent of the 1930s. And the reason is simple: we are relying on the same ideas that governed policy in the 1930s. These ideas, long since disproved, involve profound errors both about the causes of the crisis, its nature, and the appropriate response. [….]”

(read the entire article at this link)

If you agree with the broad thrust of the manifesto (not necessarily every detail), you can register your agreement in the link above. You must only insert your name, employer, e-mail address and, after you had confirmed your adhesion, you will immediately appear on the list.


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  1. cashzilla

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