Monthly Archives: August 2012

The GOP and GOLD

See my op-ed in the Los Angeles Times on the GOP platform’s call for further study of the gold standard.

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Consumers and the Future of Libor

Follow this link for an interview with Greg Field at NerdWallet.com.

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The biggest threat to capitalism

Most of us spend more time thinking about the latest London Olympics results than the scandal surrounding the London InterBank Offered Rate, or Libor. That is a big mistake. We should be paying more attention to the Libor scandal.  And … Continue reading

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Musings on Libor

Here are a couple of recent musings on Libor. “Bankers Should Take A Lesson From The Mob,” was slated to appear in today’s Hartford Courant. “5 Questions With . . . Richard Grossman on the Libor Scandal,” an interview with Lauren … Continue reading

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