Today, on Cobden Centre Radio, I speak to Professor Philipp Bagus, the author of The Tragedy of the Euro, about his book, his current views on the future of the Euro, his discovery of the world of Austrian Economics and his emergence into its academic mainstream, plus much more, in a 25-minute interview.
We also discuss his upcoming Murray N. Rothbard memorial lecture, at the Mises Institute’s Austrian Scholars Conference, the publication of his new book on Iceland, in conjunction with Professor David Howden, and how the revolutions in the Middle East will be used as good coverage for price inflation by the world’s central banks, and why this argument will be easily seen as spurious.
The books mentioned in the interview can be downloaded from the following sites:
The Two IMF papers mentioned in the interview can be downloaded as PDFs by clicking through the following links:
- Reserve Accumulation and International Monetary Stability (April 13, 2010)
- Enhancing International Monetary Stability—A Role for the SDR? (January 7, 2011)
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