32 TIP: Balance Sheet Recessions and Quantitative Easing Traps – by Richard Koo

In Richard Koo’s newest book, he provides an interesting comparison between Japan in the 1990’s the the United States today (2015). Koo suggests that America’s use of quantitative easing could potentially have detrimental long-term impacts to the economy because interest rates have been so heavily manipulated. The result could mean higher interest rates on long term bonds during the next market down-turn.

– Who is Richard Koo and what is his book “Escape from Balance Sheet Recession and the QE Trap” about?
– How are the US and other big economics in the world positioning to escape the current balance sheet recession?
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