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Mark Dow

¿Hard Keynesianism Chileno? ¡Claro po!

Sep 30 2011

Matthew Yglesias has an interesting new post on Hard Keynesianism. It was succinct enough for me to be able to read the whole thing in between my tactical trades this morning and write a brief response.

The road to cognition

Sep 27 2011

After much denial Europeans are coalescing around a financial plan and seem to have taken on board the psychological dimension of the battle they are in. It is important that the world now steps up to provide its full support.

Europe, here comes your pitch

Sep 22 2011

As I write, financial leaders from around the world have assembled in Washington, DC for a long weekend of hard thought. The initial signs are not encouraging.

E Pluribus Nemo

Sep 19 2011

The market had been hoping there would be some cohesion coming out of Europe in the wake of the Geithner meeting; but none materialized. The grands lignes of what could be a plan are there, but the political hurdles in Germany seem still too high.

The solvency solution for Europe: time to do the unthinkable

Sep 06 2011

Europe has to leapfrog the phase of thinking the unthinkable and start doing the unthinkable. It begins with those on the inside admitting that the EU, as currently conceived, failed. It is not a liquidity crisis. It is not a leadership crisis. It is a failure of design.

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