We are all Austrians now?

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January 16, 2012
EconLog
by Arnold Kling  
Posted in Commentary

"Circling back to Austrian economics, the crisis we are having does resemble the crisis that Austrians were predicting. That is, they thought that money was too easy and that this would result in malinvestment. In his essay on Austrian economics, Yglesias dismisses this because the decline in the economy proved to be so widespread. However, I would argue that the patterns of specialization and trade are so complex and interdependent that the crash in housing could in fact lead to widespread disruptions." (01/15/12)

http://econlog.econlib.org/archives/2012/01/we_are_all_aust.html  

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