St. Louis Post-Dispatch stltoday.com St. Louis Post-Dispatch Column Is the House blueprint for tax reform good for St. Louis? By Max Gillman and David C. Rose Mar 8, 2017 President Donald Trump recently stated that he will release an outline for comprehensive tax reform in the coming weeks, and if his previous statements are accurate, … More Is the House blueprint for tax reform good for St. Louis?
With the December 2017 quarter of a percent hike in the Federal Reserve Bank interest rate to 1.5%, banks will receive 1.5% interest on reserves parked at the Fed instead of lending them out. Lending them out means added investment. Lending out the excess reserves means increased demand deposits at private banks. And increased demand … More Cold Turkey and Moral Hazard : Why the Fed Should Stop Paying Interest on Excess Reserves to Banks
Presentation by Max Gillman FULL PDF TEXT OF TALK: Thank you very much for having me before this distinguished group. I especially thank Harry Langenberg, Dave Rose and William Rogers for this honor. My talk involves some monetary theory, history, and policy with a neoclassic economic perspective that monetary policy is a part of … More Some Corporate Tax Reform History & the Inflation Tax: Lecture given at the Discussion Club of St. Louis, March 19, 2014:
Principles of Macroeconomics: An Evolutionary Approach. Excerpt from Chapter 11 Max Gillman, Copyright 2017, Kendall Hunt Publishing Chapter11Excerpt
Excerpt from Principles of Macroeconomics: An Evolutionary Approach, by Max Gillman, Published by Kendall Hunt; January, 2017.
Explaining urban blight remains part of the urban policy’s main challenges. Support has been found for how public capital amenities such as transportation aides the development of city centers during expansionary periods. Evidence also suggests that prices tend to rise faster in urban city centers than in more outlying areas during expansionary periods.
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