I\’ve been approached to do a quickie little book. Economic myths that need debunking.
Anything leftie or green provides a target rich environment of course.
Infinite growth in a finite system is impossible.
There is no Laffer Curve (and debunking the idea that all tax cuts always increase revenues).
Companies pay taxes.
Maybe, just maybe, banks create money out of thin air.
You get the sort of idea.
But I need some more from the right side of the aisle.
Obviously, markets solve all problems (no, absolutely they don\’t).
There should be no regulation (it is who and how that is to be discussed).
What economic myths really need debunking?