William J. Luther

William J. Luther is an associate professor of economics at Florida Atlantic University and director of the American Institute for Economic Research's Sound Money Project.

William J. Luther is an associate professor of economics at Florida Atlantic University and director of the American Institute for Economic Research's Sound Money Project.

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#13・

You Can’t Blame High Prices on the Labor Market

PLUS Financial privacy and the digital dollar; CBDCs and disintermediation; and more…

 
#12・

Biden’s Student Loan Forgiveness Program is Poorly Targeted

PLUS Tornado cash; Inflation projections; Supply constraints; and more...

 
#11・

Monetary Policy, Growth and the Supply Side

PLUS Corrective contraction; Stimulating growth; Inflation update; and more...

 
#10・

Inflation Increased In May, New Data Show

PLUS Changing views at the Fed; FOMC projections of inflation; and more...

 
#9・

Zero Tolerance on Inflation

PLUS Core inflation remains high; Monetary policy timeline; and more...

 
#8・

Fed Tightening Is Too Little, Too Late

PLUS Fed projections; Inflation expectations; Supply disturbances; and more...

 
#7・

Has the Fed Abandoned Its Average Inflation Target?

PLUS Fed projections; CBDCs and financial privacy; and more...

 
#6・

Inflation rips ahead of March FOMC meeting

PLUS Fed projections; Price controls; Crypto donations to Ukraine; and more...

 
#5・

Blinder Can’t Explain Away the Inflation Fiasco

PLUS Powell on Phillips Curve; Forecasting prices; Bitcoin memes; and more...

 
#4・

Powell pivots, but inflation will likely remain high for years

PLUS Fed credibility; Inflation projections; and more...

 
#3・

The Federal Reserve Risks Setting an Inflation-Expectations Trap

PLUS Cryptocurrencies and the National Bank Act; and more...

 
#2・

The Federal Reserve Is Not Credible

PLUS Inflation targets; Market expectations; Defining transitory; and more...

 
#1・

Bitcoin and the Network Effects Problem

PLUS Government opposition; supply mechanisms; transactions trouble; and more...