Irwin on France’s role in the Great Depression

by Russ Roberts on October 12, 2010

in Great Depression, Monetary Policy, Podcast

In the latest EconTalk, Doug Irwin argues that France played a much larger role than previously thought in causing the Great Depression. We talk about how the gold standard worked and how French monetary policy forced deflation on the rest of the world.


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