Letting Central Banks Manage the Economy Might Not Be So BadBy
Trade, immigration curbs could lift inflation, depress growth
Greenspan sees risk of eventual stagflation in the U.S.
It’s practically become conventional wisdom among the economic pundit class that central bankers have been playing far too big a role in managing the global economy. If only other policy makers came off the sidelines and joined in from the fiscal side, all would be right with the world.
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