March 05, 2013 at 09:51 AM EST
What Britain Could Learn from Iceland
TravisV reminded me of a post I did two years ago. I find it depressing to read these old posts, they remind me how far my blog has deteriorated. I pointed out that Iceland had taken a very different path from Greece and Ireland by adopting a monetary policy that was expansionary enough to keep [...] View the full post at: What Britain Could Learn from Iceland Related posts: Iceland a Spectacularly Bankrupt Nation The Risk of Deflation in the Eurozone Britain’s Queen Elizabeth Running Out of Money
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