A Global Monetary Plague: Asset Price Inflation and Federal Reserve Quantitative Easing
By: Brendan Brown (author)Hardback
This book investigates the ways in which quantitative easing has caused a sequence of markets to become infected by asset price inflation.
Brendan Brown is a monetary economist whose areas of expertise include monetarism in theory and practice, Austrian School monetary tradition, European monetary union, Japanese monetary issues and international financial history. He obtained a PhD at the University of London, an MBA at the University of Chicago and a MSc at London School of Economics. Dr. Brown is Head of Economic Research at a leading Japanese financial institution. He is an Adjunct Fellow at the Hudson Institute in Washington DC, and an Associate Scholar of the Mises Institute, US.
Foreword By Alex Pollock Introdusction 1. The Monetary Origins Of Market Irrationality 2. How Fed Quantitative Easing Spread Asset Price Inflation Globally 3. A 100-Year History Of Fed-Origin Asset Price Inflation 4. How To Cure Deflation Phobia? 5. A Manifesto For US Monetary Reform 6. Japanese Tales In The Mythology Of Fed Quantitative Easing 7. How The Roosevelt Fed ' 's Quantitative Easing Ended In A Crash 8. A Guide To Surviving A Monetary Plague
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