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E143 - Should We Use Japan as a Template for Monetary Policy?

Cash Flow Connections - Real Estate Podcast

Release Date: 10/23/2019

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Today we are going to discuss...

  • What the causes were of the Great Recession and what it can teach us about the future
  • Whether or not we should look at Japan as a template for economic monetary policy
  • If China's governmental investment in technology is a model that the US should start to implement more
  • What our guest thinks about Ray Dalio's MP3

 
 

Learn more about our guest:
Soho Forum: thesohoforum.org