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Robert Pringle is founder and chairman of Central Banking Publications, a financial publisher specialising in public policy and financial markets. Central Banking journal, which he has edited for 20 years, has subscribers in 120 countries including the great majority of the world’s central banks.

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Event London May 24 2023

Robert Pringle (Central Banking Publications) and Brendan Brown (Hudson Institute) on ‘A Guide to Good Money‘ Wednesday 24th May, 17:00 hrs. At the Institute of Economic Affairs’ offices in Westminster, London. Register here

Will inflation fuel demand for regime change?

  It has in the past. Think of the  era of the hard Deutsche mark.  In the 1970s the German Bundesbank responded to the great inflation and bust of the late 1960s  by insulating its money fromUS inflationary storms. Will such reform follow the pandemic inflation of 2020–22? If the road is to lead to a…
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Ostriches will not get us out of this hole!

A  GUIDE TO GOOD MONEY: Beyond the Illusions of asset inflation How America Should Lead the Way to Good Money – YouTube › watch PUBLISHED OCTOBER 2022 30 years of experience with the current model of  monetary policy shows  that – after initial successes –  it has  disappointed the hopes and promises made when…
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We remain stuck in a bad money trap: why?

The media support soft money Ten years after publication of my book, and on both sides of the Atlantic, national economies are still in the grip of the bad money trap.  How depressing. How debilitating. Asset prices are sky high.  Wages are sinking in real terms. All because of bad money policies that I analysed…
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Why Bitcoin is Money-in-waiting

Bitcoin shows that a would-be form of money can still arise through private initiative (as argued more fully in my book, The Power of Money).   Before the 2008 financial crisis, few economists would have believed this was possible. True,  numerous local currencies, community currencies and so forth existed. But these used the prevailing national money as…
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