A Primer On Sound Money: Gibson’s Paradox And The Fatal Error Of Keynes And Friedman

  Introduction Thomas Tooke in 1844 is generally thought to be the first to observe that the price level and nominal interest rates were positively correlated. It was Keynes who christened it Gibson’s paradox after Alfred Gibson, a British economist who wrote about the correlation in 1923 in an article for Banker’s Magazine. Keynes called […]
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