Irving fisher, monetary disequilibrium, stable money, sound money, monetary reform

Irving Fisher’s classic treatise, The Purchasing Power of Money: Its Determination and Relation to Credit, Interest and Crises (1911), still offers valuable insights regarding monetary reform. This post examines some of Fisher’s insights and draws some lessons for Fed policy. The Importance of Stable Money Fisher recognized…

classical liberalism, David Hume, Nicolas Oresme, sound money, William Cobbet

Alt-M contributor Larry White gave the 4th annual Liggio Lecture on September 24 at Atlas Network’s annual Liberty Forum in Miami. Atlas established the lecture in honor of their late vice president of academics, Leonard Liggio (1933-2014), an esteemed classical liberal scholar who also served as President of the Mont…