Monetary Boom

Some articles on boom, monetary boom, monetary:

Austrian Business Cycle Theory - Assertions
... According to the theory, the boom-bust cycle of "malinvestment" is generated by excessive and unsustainable credit expansion to businesses and individual ... types of investments made during the monetary boom were inappropriate and "wrong" from the perspective of the long-term financial sustainability of the market because the price signals stimulating the investment were ... Austrians argue that a boom taking place under these circumstances is actually a period of wasteful malinvestment, a "false boom" where the particular kinds of investments ...
Austrian School - Theory - Business Cycles - Assertions
... According to the theory, a boom-bust cycle of malinvestment is generated by excessive and unsustainable credit expansion to businesses and individual borrowers by the banks ... the particular types of investments made during the monetary boom were inappropriate and "wrong" from the perspective of the long-term financial sustainability of the market ... Austrians argue that a boom taking place under these circumstances is actually a period of wasteful malinvestment, a "false boom" where the particular kinds of ...
History Of The United Kingdom (1945–present) - Conservative Government (1979-1997) - Margaret Thatcher (1979-1990)
... By winning the 1987 general election, on the economic boom (with unemployment finally falling below 3,000,000 that spring) and against a stubbornly anti-nuclear ... for 1989 stood at 2% - the lowest since 1982 - signalling an end to the economic boom ... She was specifically against Economic and Monetary Union, through which a single currency would replace national currencies, and for which the EC was making preparations ...

Famous quotes containing the words boom and/or monetary:

    California is a place in which a boom mentality and a sense of Chekhovian loss meet in uneasy suspension; in which the mind is troubled by some buried but ineradicable suspicion that things had better work here, because here, beneath that immense bleached sky, is where we run out of continent.
    Joan Didion (b. 1935)

    In our time, the curse is monetary illiteracy, just as inability to read plain print was the curse of earlier centuries.
    Ezra Pound (1885–1972)