Financial Times har denne weekend et interview med en af vor tids mest overvurderede økonomer, Nouriel Roubini. Her kan man læse følgende:
“These days he is “centrist” on economic issues, since he believes that governments need to spend money in a crisis to support the system, in line with Keynesian economic ideals – but he believes that when a crisis is over, they should revert to free-market approaches, reflecting the so-called “Austrian school” of economics. “There is this big debate between the Keynesian school and the Austrian school. But I am pragmatic and eclectic. It is all about timing.””

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