Gold Bugs Had the Best Monetary RuleCaroline Baum
April 4 (Bloomberg) -- Ever since the U.S. severed the last remnant of the dollar’s link to gold in 1971, economists have been searching for a new rule for monetary policy. The Great Inflation of the 1970s only reinforced the notion that rules trump discretion. But what sort of rule exactly?
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