New World Economics

By: Nathan Lewis
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"Easily the most important book of 2013 ... and the best book on money that's yet been written"
-- John Tamny (RealClearMarkets.com)


Want a basic introduction? Watch a thirty-minute presentation given at the Cato Institute in February 2014,
or this
two-minute video on how to introduce and use a parallel currency.

Read my previous book, Gold: the Once and Future Money (2007), available in five languages worldwide.

I'm on Twitter @NathanNWE
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September 16, 2014: Six Great Things an Independent Scotland Could Do


Japan 2014: "Abenomics" and the Assets of Banks


September 21, 2014


Once a year, I try to get a better idea of what has been happening in Japan. Plus, I like to continue the narrative I've been building up over time.

December 1, 2013: Japan 2013: The Endless Rise of Payroll Taxes
May 6, 2012: Japan 2012

November 7, 2010: Japan 2010: Can't Get Out of Their Rut

September 26, 2010: Question About Japan
November 1, 2009: Japan's New Government
May 26, 2009: The Japan Baloney
May 24, 2008: Japan: Silly Self-Destructive Behavior
May 18, 2008: Japan: Tax Hikes are No Fun

May 11, 2008: Japan: Now What Are We Going To Do?

April 21, 2008: Japan -- WTF is Going On Here?!?
April 13, 2008: This Is So Not Like Japan


There's also a nice chapter on Japan in my book Gold: the Once and Future Money.

We also looked at assets of banks in the U.S. and Europe a little last year.

November 3, 2013: What's Going On At the Fed?
October 27, 2013: What's Going On At the ECB?

You might want to review the tutorial on How Banks Work:
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Here's this year's update, which talks a little about "Abenomics," and also the assets of banks, and what this may mean for yen value and BoJ policy going forward.

click here to read Japan 2014.


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September 16, 2014: Six Great Things an Independent Scotland Could Do
September 11, 2014: Japan's Graying Population Needs New Solutions, Not Old Failures
September 7, 2014: HTMAPODWTTC 14: Mobile Homes and Manufactured Housing

August 28, 2014: Economic Abundance with a Shrinking Population: Why Not?
August 24, 2014: Summer Slackoff: Ultralight Hiking 2014
August 17, 2014: Gold Holdings of Central Banks and Governments 2: The Larger View, 1850-2000

August 10, 2014: Gold Holdings of Central Banks and Governments, 1913-1941
August 7, 2014: Don't "Kitchen Sink" the Monetary Debate. Gold-Based Money Is Simple.

August 3, 2014: The Reichsbank, 1924-1941
July 27, 2014: The Bank of France, 1914-1941

July 24, 2014: On the Path To a Better Monetary System: Bretton Woods Didn't Fail Because of the "Balance of Payments"

July 20, 2014: The Bank of England, 1914-1941
July 18, 2014: Foreign Exchange Rates 1913-1941 #8: A Brief Summary
July 17, 2014: Devaluations of the 1930s Don't Justify Today's Funny Money Excess
July 13, 2014: HTMAPODWTTC 13: Getting Other People's Cooperation
July 10, 2014: Paul Volcker Dreams of a "New Bretton Woods." But What Would That Look Like?

July 3, 2014: The "Income Inequality" Debate Is Not About Income Inequality
June 22, 2014: Foreign Exchange Rates 1913-1941 #7: Switzerland's Independence; Turkey Avoids Devaluation
June 19, 2014: Explaining "Freaky Friday" -- How the Gold Guys Became Their Own Worst Enemies

June 4, 2014: Health and Fitness 2014: The Rest of Your Life
June 3, 2014: Book Review: Steve Forbes Leads the New Renaissance in Monetary Understanding
June 1, 2014: Foreign Exchange Rates 1913-1941 #6: Hyperinflation in Poland; Russia's WWI Decline

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