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As a biographer and aficionado of John Maynard Keynes, I am sometimes asked: “What would Keynes think about negative interest rates?” Skidelsky

Keynes’s General Theory in which he notes that if the government can’t think of anything more sensible to do to cure unemployment (say, building houses), burying bottles filled with bank notes and digging them up again would be better than nothing.

He probably would have said the same about negative interest rates:
a desperate measure by governments that can think of nothing else to do.

Robert Skidelsky, Project Syndicate 24 May 2016

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