Nathan Lewis was formerly the chief international economist of a firm that provided investment research for institutions. He now works for an asset management company based in New York. Lewis has written for the Financial Times, Asian Wall Street Journal, Japan Times, Pravda, and other publications. He has appeared on financial television in the United States, Japan, and the Middle East.
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02/16/2019>The Depression Years
02/11/2019>Hayek’s Early Enthusiasms
02/04/2019>Let’s Not Replay The Same Old Taxation Failures
01/25/2019>“In Money We Trust?” — An Excellent New Documentary On Stable ...
01/22/2019>Audio 2019
01/14/2019>The New World, by Friedrich Hayek
01/06/2019>The Traditional City is the Densest City
12/17/2018>The Financial System Should Be Less Than Half The Size of Today
12/13/2018>Britain’s Return to Gold In 1925
12/04/2018>The Mythical Problem Of “Finding The Right Gold Price”
11/25/2018>Net Gold Exports, 1913-1937
11/16/2018>The Gold Standard Didn’t Disappear In 1971, It Just Went Under...
11/11/2018>The Decline of Rome
11/04/2018>The Growth Experiment Revisited (2013), by Lawrence Lindsey
10/20/2018>Have We Effectively Recreated The Bretton Woods Gold Standard ...
10/10/2018>More FairTax Stuff
09/30/2018>The FairTax
09/26/2018>John Tamny Explores The Expanding World Of Doing What You Love
09/18/2018>The Decline of the Spanish Empire
09/06/2018>Today’s Currency Crises Are Easy To Fix
09/03/2018>The Principle of Uniformity
08/26/2018>Ireland’s Great Comeback
08/21/2018>Is the Payroll Tax the Best Income Tax?
08/12/2018>In Praise of “Regressive” Taxes
08/05/2018>A Trade “Imbalance” Doesn’t Imply A Currency Problem
08/05/2018>How Much Should Parking Cost?
08/01/2018>The High Cost of Free Parking
07/23/2018>This Is Why We Want 5% “Inflation”
07/09/2018>The “Trade Deficit” Isn’t A Problem, But It Shows A Problem
07/06/2018>The “Supply Side” Bookshelf
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