Jason Sorens, AIER
Allison Schrager, E21
Inflation may finally be coming down. The newest inflation report suggests inflation may have peaked, but inflation coming down and returning to 2% are two different things.
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Steven B. Kamin | CNN.com
The slowing pace of monetary tightening likely means that the Federal Reserve’s rate hikes will soon be coming to an end. That would be great news for the economy and a smart move for a few different reasons.
Matthew Continetti | Deseret News
The Republican Party of the early 21st century is barely recognizable. What is the GOP’s future?
Camillo Padulli, E21
2023 began well, with the IMF significantly increasing global growth projections. However, even as the economic outlooks improves, Goldman Sachs has become an outlier among investment banks due its high coverage ratio. Read more here....
interview with John H. Cochrane via The Capitalism And Freedom In The Twenty-First Century PodcastHoover Institution fellow John Cochrane discusses his career, his new book, The Fiscal Theory of the Price Level, about how inflation can be explained by fiscal and monetary policy, New Keynesian macroeconomic models, consumption-based asset pricing and institutional barriers to economic growth.
In our latest installment, watch a discussion between Senior Fellow Terry Moe and Hoover Fellow Michael Hartney, author of How Policies Make Interest Groups: Governments, Unions, and American Education
Howard Husock, City Journal