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Picture of German economist and politician Ludwig Erhard (1897-1977)

Planning the economy

  • Political interventions rather than markets are causing economic crises in the world. Misguided attempts to centrally plan and manage the complex transactions of millions of different players are bound to produce unexpected results. In 2007-2008, politically inspired intervention in the housing market in the United States caused an international financial crisis of epic proportions. These days, policies of abundant money supply and unrestricted debt promise trouble for the developed countries.
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