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The Tom Woods Show: Episode 435 – Why Has the Economic Recovery Been So Sluggish?

In this episode of The Tom Woods Show, Woods speaks with Wolf von Laer about how Robert Higgs’ idea of regime uncertainty explains the slow recovery from the depths of the 2008 economic crisis. As always, additional information is available … Continue reading

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Regime Uncertainty in France

I recently wrote a post about regime uncertainty (see “Government Spending and Regime Uncertainty—a Clarification by Robert Higgs“). This post referenced the great work that Robert Higgs has done in this area of political economy. Yesterday, The Telegraph published an … Continue reading

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Government Spending and Regime Uncertainty—a Clarification by Robert Higgs

From Robert Higgs, “Government Spending and Regime Uncertainty—a Clarification“. ‘In view of my sixteen-year campaign to bring about an understanding of the idea of “regime uncertainty,” one might think that I would be gratified by the growing recognition of the … Continue reading

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