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Sean Corrigan

Sean Corrigan

Capital Insight

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010

  • Let's Go Fly a Kite

    Published 07 June 2004 | viewed 2,787 times

    'In my view, there still is an output gap and I think that it will continue to create some downward inflation pressure, which may be…

  • Time Bomb

    Published 15 May 2004 | viewed 2,905 times

    Warren Buffett also frets on this. Not bad, for government work..... The BIS derivative survey reveals that, as of Dec 2003, the global derivatives market…

  • From Theory to Praxis

    Published 31 March 2004 | viewed 3,038 times

    Or, Economics in One Lecture Henry Hazlitt, 1894-1993, in memoriam. Based on a speech given at the Austrian Scholars Conference, The Ludwig von Mises Institute,…

  • Fair Exchange or Daylight Robbery?

    Published 21 November 2003 | viewed 2,394 times

    Complicating the evaluation of the timing of a turnaround is that deficit countries, both developed and emerging, borrow in international markets largely in dollars rather…

  • How Recessions Become Depressions

    Published 04 November 2003 | viewed 2,483 times

    This talk was delivered at the Mises Institutes 2003 Supporters Summit in Auburn, Alabama, on October 25, 2003. As all Austrians should be aware, recessions…

  • Out of the Darkness

    Published 28 August 2003 | viewed 3,152 times

    Though vehemently denied by all and sundry in officialdom, there are many in financial markets who will tell you that the decision taken suddenly in…

  • Shades of '87

    Published 04 August 2003 | viewed 2,443 times

    Though there are undoubtedly great dissimilarities, too, between the two episodes, we wrote some while back that, in many ways, 2002-3 was shaping up a…

  • 'Its Dishonour, Sir!'

    Published 03 August 2003 | viewed 3,309 times

    In the Carboniferous Epoch we were promised abundance for all, By robbing selected Peter to pay for collective Paul; But though we had plenty of…

  • Thrift

    Published 14 July 2003 | viewed 2,212 times

    A long time ago, in a Galaxy, far, far away, people understood the concept of thrift. If there was a thing which cost more than…

  • The Bankers' Bankers Meet

    Published 04 July 2003 | viewed 2,608 times

    Monday marked the annual get together of the central bankers' central bank - the Bank for International Settlements in Basle, Switzerland. This shadowy institution was…

  • I Dinna Ken Aboot Tha'

    Published 16 June 2003 | viewed 3,052 times

    The IMF's latest brainwave has been to set up a deflation 'taskforce' under its chief economist Ken Roggoff. As you would expect, with that pedigree,…

  • Infinite Pains

    Published 04 June 2003 | viewed 2,216 times

    'Jesper Koll, from Merrill Lynch (Japan), told a Minerals Council of Australia conference that reports of the imminent collapse of the Japanese banking system were…

  • Golden Opportunity

    Published 19 June 2002 | viewed 2,584 times

    They almost avoided all the woes. The Brussels Conference, held despite the refusal of the US Treasury to co-operate, had it down pretty much pat.…