From Steve Randy Waldman’s Interfluidity current post:
Scott Sumner responds.
- Tyler Cowen — Why are the high growth countries so often the high inflation countries?
- Kevin Erdmann — 1970s vs. 2000s: Gender Effect
- Edward Lambert — Has the Fed rate done a good job to balance inflation over the years?
- Edward Lambert — An Effective Demand look at the inflation of the 1970′s
- Edward Lambert — Will there be an inflation in the next recession?
- Marcus Nunes — The Origins of the “Great Inflation”
- Marcus Nunes — Eureka! The Great Inflation was the result of demographic trends
- Steve Roth — Did the Baby Boom Labor Force Surge Cause The Great Inflation?
- Steve Roth — More on the Labor Force Surge and 70s Stagflation
- Mike Sax — Sumner vs. Waldman on the Great Inflation: Was it a Monetary Phenomenon
- Kark Smith — Everything You Thought You Knew About The 1970s, Inflation And The US Economy Is Wrong
- Kark Smith — Inflation And The Baby Boom
- Kark Smith — The Audacity of High Inflation
- Evan Soltas — Were Crowded Discos Inflationary?
- Scott Sumner — Yes, expansionary monetary policy really did cause the 1970s inflation.
- Scott Sumner — Why causality matters
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