Gilbert Blardone: “Modern monetary theory liberates from the fear of debt”

The absence of inflation, despite the quantitative easing policy pursued by the central banks, clearly shows that economists must abandon classical monetarism, argues economist Gilbert Blardone in a forum at the "World". In the United States, an unorthodox "modern monetary…

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Alan Turing, a Second World War code decryptor castrated for homosexuality, is the face of Britain’s £50 note.

Alan Turing, a visionary mathematician and crack decryptor convicted under Victorian homophobic laws, will be the face of Britain's new £50 bill. Bank of England Governor Mark Carney announced on Monday that Turing, who committed suicide in 1954 after undergoing…

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