Benchmarking current economic performance in the US (and elsewhere) Post author By Kevin O’Rourke Post date October 8, 2012 Moritz Schularick and Alan Taylor have a useful piece on the topic, informed by economic history, here. Categories In Economic history, Economic Performance 2 Comments on Benchmarking current economic performance in the US (and elsewhere) ← Comments on European Banking Union → Wolfgang Münchau: Relentless Austerity Will Only Deepen Greek Woes 2 replies on “Benchmarking current economic performance in the US (and elsewhere)” CART00N OF THE DAY Germany-Greece Angela in Athens 8 October 2012 NRC Handelsblad Rotterdam http://www.presseurop.eu/en/content/cartoon/2833621-angela-athens @KOR With every passing day it seems that Steve Keens view of the profession and its weird ability to cling to misproven theories is becoming more and more accurate. Its safe to say that Keens view of the world where credit, debt and all things banking related matter significantly more than classical economists have ever thought before should be given the respect it rightly deserves and with it his solutions to resolving the mess which these instruments have created. In simple terms debt relief, debt relief and more debt relief. Comments are closed.