• 00:00    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:06    |    
  • 01:56    |    
    Central banks and bond issues
  • 03:49    |    
    Monetary policy
    • Gold exchange policy and explicit constraints
    • Fiat currency
    • Microeconomic world
    • Economic evaluations
    • Housing bubble and the great recession
    • Monetary mismanagement
    • Current monetary policies
    • Ponzi scheme
    • Government defaults
    • Market bubbles
    • Economic growth
  • 21:01    |    
    Ponzi scheme
  • 22:44    |    
    Monetary perpetual-motion machines
    • Wealth creation
    • Fiscal perpetual-motion
  • 27:26    |    
    Credit creation and price fluctuation
    • "Ideal" economic model
    • Asset prices and inflation
    • Credit aggregates
  • 34:34    |    
    Conventional monetary policy
  • 35:46    |    
    Unconventional monetary policy
    • Japan's experimentation
    • Zero-interest rate policy
    • Asset purchases
    • Mortgage backed securities
  • 45:17    |    
    Monetary experiences
    • Abenomics and its economic proposals
    • Financial repression
    • Great Recession responses
  • 52:32    |    
    Open-ended policy
    • Monetary limits
    • Monetary expansion
    • Interest rates
  • 57:40    |    
    Possible solutions
    • End central bank monopolies
    • Restoring the gold standard
    • Cryptocurrencies
  • 59:18    |    
    Final credits

Central Bankers: Those Magnificent Men & Their «Perpetual-Motion» Machines

New Media  | 22 de octubre de 2014  | Vistas: 49

Chistopher Lingle starts his digression by informing the audience that we are being fooled into believing that the world economy is stable. The perpetuators are the central bank policies. He comments on how the misunderstood in monetary policy dynamic plays an important role in economics downturns and points out that there are no correct economic evaluations in a non-spontaneous market. He expounds the relationship between business men in public sector and banks, the perpetual-motion machines, as he calls them, as well as the concept of central banks. He also discusses process of wealth creation and how it is linked with fiscal policy. Lingle talks about the main differences between conventional and unconventional monetary policies and its impact in economic growth of society, countries. He argues that there are promoted by well known incentives. According to his experience, he shares that individuals do things in order to evaluate the best benefit, and that this is the reason why the government should not interfere in the monetary market.



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