Bill Mitchell: The current inflationary period is not remotely like the 1970s

The problem is that central bankers keep referring to wage-price spirals and expectations to justify their decisions to hike rates.

The reality is that those justifications are just smokescreens and there is no justification for what is being done under the aegis of monetary policy.


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