Here’s my long promised post that introduces my views to a wide range of issues. I will occasionally update this post, adding links where appropriate. Feel free to make suggestions, but understand I can’t add all suggestions without making it too cumbersome.
Let’s start with a (slightly simplistic) intro to my view of monetary economics
And an earlier attempt from 2009 (very long) to summarize my views in one blog post.
Also check out my FAQs. (Contains suggestions about other authors.)
And why I don’t like the IS-LM approach
The best intro may be my recent magnum opus at National Affairs defending NGDP targeting:
And a similar paper from The American
And my first paper ever, a 1989 paper on using NGDP futures (not really recommended, just to show I’ve been focused on this idea for a long time.)
My views on methodology (one of my favorites.)
An example of the importance of rational expectations theory
Why the Keynesians are wrong about FDR’s high wage policy
Petition for Monetary Stimulus (March 2009)
And finally a post I’ve always liked, a odd sort of mixture of Tyler Cowen and Paul Krugman.
I’ll add lots more later, but I don’t want to overdo it. I may substitute things as well. I already slightly disagree with a few points in my early posts–but nothing major.