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Back to the Blog Coffee & Markets Number 800: Does Austerity Work?

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On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Ben Domenech are joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss the controversy around a leading economic theory about debt and GDP, yesterday’s Twitter inspired flash crash of the markets and we thank our listeners as we reach show number 800.

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  • http://twitter.com/plor Jordan Walker

    Congratulations on 800 episodes! I enjoy listening to your show every day and appreciate your perspective on the issues.

  • bbjaylive

    LMAO at the smackdown of Peter Schiff! Also, can someone tell Brad Jackson that no takes the “America is going to be the next Greece” meme seriously anymore. It’s been debunked and eviscerated. Go look at Japan’s debt to GDP ratio. Well over 200%, and yet they are not Greece. It’s ALL about the MONETARY SYSTEM. America doesn’t have bond vigilantes.