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Arthur Laffer: 'I made a vow that I would never, ever work for a government again’

This is part of a series ‘Economists Exchange’, featuring conversations between top FT commentators and leading economists The economist on the mis-steps of the Fed over interest rates and the markets. Few economists have a curve named after themselves. One of the exceptions, Arthur Laffer, is best known for the moment in 1974 when he drew a

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Posted: May 8, 2024 Wednesday