Ruthenium-106: Tracking down a radioactive cloud

A year ago, scientists noticed increased radioactivity in Germany. Several European measuring stations recorded unusual values ​​of the chemical element ruthenium-106. The source, indicative of this, could be in Russia . But until today an established investigation commission has not been able to determine the origin. And answers are hardly expected. The Greens now demand …

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Another “Austrian” Critique of Market Monetarism: Part 2

Shawn Ritenour critiqued Market Monetarism on the Mises.org blog. I responded to what he sees as our theoretical shortcomings here.   He goes on to critique the Market Monetarist view of expectations:For example, the market monetarists claim that it is expectations about future NGDP that solely determine present investment decisions and hence the direction of the …

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