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April 2019
‘Russia is governed by semi-deranged confidence men who dupe their fellow citizens into believing in their nation’s geopolitical greatness’
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March 2019
‘If it were true that “isolation costs jobs, costs growth, costs people’s livelihood”, New Zealand ought to be the poorest nation on the planet, and Australia shouldn’t be far behind’
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December 2018 / January 2019
‘If contractionary fiscal policy can be expansionary, could expansionary fiscal policy be contractionary?’
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November 2018
‘Adam Smith observed, “There is a great deal of ruin in a nation.” There is certainly a great deal more potential ruin in the government bond markets’
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Standpoint's finance and economics column, written each month by Tim Congdon, a former advisor to the Treasury and the founder of Lombard Street Research
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