Although many central bankers have claimed the central banks are instrumental in ushering in a more green economy, a closer look suggests central banks are anything but “green.” In fact, a sound money economy might be a much more effective tool in improving the physical environment.
Dr. Joseph T. Salerno, Professor Emeritus of Economics in the Finance and Graduate Economics departments at the Lubin School of Business at Pace University, recently released a review of Banking and Monetary Policy from the Perspective of Austrian Economics in Vol. 23 No. 1 of The Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics. Check out the review… Read more
Dr. Brendan Brown, senior fellow at the Hudson Institute, founding partner of Macro Hedge Advisors, and member of the Ludwig von Mises Institute Europe Editorial Board, examines the belief that the Fed and the ECB can control long-term rates and the price of credit. Brown argues that this ultimately false idea drives how investors see… Read more
The lunch debate will take place on October 1st, 2020 at Rue d’Arlon 20, 1050 Brussels (Holland House). We look forward to welcoming you then. Click below to see the invitation: Invitation Lunch Debate
The conference on Artificial Intelligence, Future Economics and Emerging Technologies, held at the European Parliament on January 20, 2020, was a success. Below is the conference video and a few photos from the event. Credits to Gisèle Haaby.
The reason of the behaviour of the Polish government concerning abortion and homosexuality is due to the enormous influence of the Catholic Church in Poland: they are against that. I wonder whether the EU takes that fact into account when judging Polish policy