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  • In the Green Room: The State of International Monetary Policy

    Last Friday, The Heritage Foundation hosted three experts on international monetary policy for a lecture titled, “The Dollar, The Euro, and the International Monetary Order: What is the U.S. to Do?“. The panel consisted of Dr. Judy Shelton of the Atlas Economic Research Foundation, Dr. Robert Mundell, winner of a Nobel Prize in Economics, and Johns Hopkins University Professor Steve H. Hanke.

    Before their panel, they sat down for a short interview to discuss the Euro and the crisis in Greece, the prospects for inflation in the coming years, and the Chinese financial market.

    Posted in Economics [slideshow_deploy]

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