Reader comment on: Obama on College Graduates
Submitted by Grayson Hill (United States), Mar 15, 2011 11:43
The best economic policy seems to me to be the one that produces the greatest currency stability and has the greatest number of honest price signals - distorts prices the least.
If you've got that, people will have good information - they can be confident in their information - so that they can become entrepreneurs, but also so that they (or corporations, or non-profits, or governments) don't get wiped out when the dangers that would have been lurking in bad prices suddenly emerge.
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