Isn't it a good thing when we agree?
Why do Austrians want to think people who like markets actually don't like markets?
Why does Scott Sumner want to think Keynesians are lukewarm about monetary stimulus despite the fact that, along with the market monetarists, we've been the strongest backers of monetary stimulus?
And now, why do the MMTers want to think that non-MMT Keynesians are worried about large deficits from fiscal stimulus?
All of you guys - we agree with you! Shouldn't you be glad about that? Don't we have enough drama in this world already - aren't there enough genuine disagreements we can fight about? Why do you need to act like we disagree so much on these issues?
Comparative advantage: a partial truth
2 hours ago