All posts in category Unemployment

Indicators of A Good Monetary Policy

There has been a heated debate lately about whether inflation is transitory or not. I think I caught this discussion a little late, but for various reasons, it took me quite a while to finalize this post, and I see no reason not to share it now. Note that most of the post was written […]

Lessons From the Past

Studying pre-modern economic history and economic trends can teach a lot. You can take many different perspectives, especially when studying the first invention of money, the Roman period (specifically the 3rd-century crisis), and the High Medieval economy. Years ago, while studying pre-modern economic history for the first time, I wondered how money was invented. Until […]