Ep. 31 The Nonsensical Case for More Regulation


Contra Krugman with Bob Murphy and Tom Woods

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Krugman is upset this week at a judicial ruling that held that the government’s case for naming MetLife a Systemically Important Financial Institution (SIFI) was inadequate and should be thrown out. Sure, it’s impossible to nail down what the criteria for a SIFI are, says Krugman, but so what? We take on the whole issue — not just MetLife, but the whole idea of extra regulation for so-called SIFIs.

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Contra Krugman is a weekly podcast, available on iTunes and Stitcher, that critiques the New York Times column of economist Paul Krugman. Hosts Bob Murphy and Tom Woods belong to the Austrian School of economics, which includes such luminaries as Ludwig von Mises, Nobel Prize winner F.A. Hayek, and Murray N. Rothbard. (Learn more about the Austrian School at our special resource page.) Become more knowledgeable about economics in just 30 minutes a week by listening to Contra Krugman!

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