Sep 2, 2019
Judge Glock is an economic historian and a scholar at the Cicero Institute in San Francisco. Judge’s research is focused on the Great Depression, and he has recently published a paper on an important idea shaping Federal Reserve policy during this time; the Riefler-Keynes Doctrine. He joins the show today to talk about this paper and the Great Depression. David and Judge also discuss the key ideas behind the Riefler-Keynes Doctrine, how it differs from the Real Bills Doctrine, and how this relates to the Fed’s response to the Great Depression.
Judge’s Twitter: @judgeglock
Judge’s AIER profile: https://www.aier.org/staff/judge-glock
*The ‘Riefler-Keynes’ Doctrine and Federal Reserve Policy in the Great Depression* by Judge Glock
*Pressuring the Fed is No Surefire Electoral Solution, Says Economic Historian* by Frank Fuhrig
David’s blog: macromarketmusings.blogspot.com
David’s Twitter: @DavidBeckworth