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NO.155 The number of young people in the United States who support socialism is increasing. They recognize that there is no chance of success. Proposal of measures using the principles of Keynes policy. ・・・ Theme label: MMT. Pension government bonds. Keynes policy by the Bank of Japan's direct purchase of government bonds. These suit the principles of macroeconomics., Raising problems related to America Category label: Macroeconomics

The number of young people in the United States who support socialism is increasing. They recognize that there is no chance of success. Proposal of measures using the principles of Keynes policy. Individual success must be earned through diligent self-help efforts. However, help from parents and others around us will be essential. Only one person can receive a scholarship without obligation to repay. The recipient would also need parental assistance to improve their academic ability to qualify. In the current American society, I assume that the number of young people who cannot receive such assistance is increasing. I guess the cause is the structure of the world economy. The structure of the current world economy was built by people from the ideology of the capitalist economy. The ideology of the capitalist economy was formed on the basis of professional ethics of ascetic Protestants. The ideologues of the capitalist economy continued to strive to maximize t

NO.044 Modern Monetary Theory (abbreviated as MMT) is treated as heresy, but I think it is suitable for macroeconomic theory. According to this theory, there will be no problem if Japan continues to issue government bonds in the future. If the inflation rate does not fluctuate even if government bonds are issued, it means that the economy is growing. ・・・ Theme label: MMT. Pension government bonds. Keynes policy by the Bank of Japan's direct purchase of government bonds. These suit the principles of macroeconomics. Category label:macroeconomics,

The other day the news reported about Modern Monetary Theory (abbreviated MMT). I think that this MMT fits macroeconomic theory. I will discuss the conclusions first. "If the following two assumptions hold, no matter how large the government continues to issue government bonds, there will be no problem because economic growth will grow the government's tax revenues and allow the government to redeem government bonds. The two premises are 1, that most of the issued government bonds are owned by someone in the country. 2. The inflation rate is below the known upper limit. " As the industry grows, the scale of industrial activity grows, the scale of the economy grows, and the scale of economic activity grows, the total amount of currencies circulating through the economy also needs to grow accordingly. As the economy grows, commodity prices shrink if the total amount of currency being supplied does not change. And while the size of the econom

NO.036 Let's talk about the utility of pension bonds. Most importantly, for young people, their own future can be decided by themselves. Guaranteeing the pension to the government with pension bonds makes it possible to open up your own future yourself. ・・・ Theme label: MMT. Pension government bonds. Keynes policy by the Bank of Japan's direct purchase of government bonds. These suit the principles of macroeconomics. Category label:macroeconomics,

Let's talk about the utility of pension bonds. How to use pension bonds. The Bank of Japan issues new Japanese bank notes and purchases pension bonds issued by the government. The government pays pensions from pension bond issue sources. We are willing to do our best in a state of financial failure. The government does not respect the dangers of public finances and guarantees a sufficiently large pension. Most importantly, for us, especially young people, our own future can be determined by ourselves. Overcoming the difficulties of the present can lead the government to guarantee the future pension. We will have the intention to do something on our own. Until now, we could only wait for the government to grant me permission. We could only wait for the government to give it. So I think we could not have the intention to overcome on our own. So far, we have followed the government's obedience. If you have the intention to do something on your own, I

NO.035 According to macroeconomics, the parliamentarians 'statements about the economy are all-you-can-eat. Ensure the benefits of the Employees' Pension and the National Pension are fully guaranteed. If you don't have enough resources, issue pension bonds. Again, pension bonds are in line with macroeconomic principles. ・・・ Theme label: MMT. Pension government bonds. Keynes policy by the Bank of Japan's direct purchase of government bonds. These suit the principles of macroeconomics., Category label:macroeconomics,

I mentioned several times that I wanted to know the basics of economics 10 years ago, but let's mention according to the macroeconomics of the introductory elementary level that I learned at that time. Even now, the remarks that parliamentarians mention the economy is a total insane. The members of the parliament simply say, "What do you do with the financial resources?" It is meaningless to use taxes as financial resources in economic policy. People consume from the earned income. Consumption shrinks because the amount of tax paid reduces the amount of income that can be spent on consumption. Macroeconomically, economic policy is nothing but consumption by the government. When tax resources are used for economic policy, total consumption in GDP does not change because the government that collected the tax only consumes by the amount of contraction by individual consumption. Economic policy has no effect. GDP = total consumption + total investme

NO.034 The reason why economists think, “When thinking about policies in macroeconomics, there is nothing to do with what the actual society is like”. The economists 10 years ago did not understand that macroeconomics is a statistical process of microeconomics. ・・・ Theme label: MMT. Pension government bonds. Keynes policy by the Bank of Japan's direct purchase of government bonds. These suit the principles of macroeconomics., Category label:macroeconomics,

In a previous article, I talked about what I wanted to know about economics a few decades ago. At that time, various things were said by mass media, but I did not understand well. I thought that it would be nice if I could understand it even a little, and I investigated. "I would appreciate if I could determine which experts could trust and commit," I expected so. So, in the world in general, there may be many people who say that economics and economics are not understood well. I think that I could understand the essence of macroeconomics from articles on the Internet etc. of those who are judged to be researchers in macroeconomics. According to the macroeconomics that I have made me understand, the parliamentarians are saying something outrageous about the economy, right? We will talk about this at the next opportunity. Here I will describe my understanding of microeconomics and macroeconomics. I am a university graduate of the Department of Ap

NO.033 Why did Miyazawa's fiscal policy of 100 trillion yen fail in the past? Say that something impossible has happened. “The sudden use of the Great Demon” was supposed to be in accordance with the principles of macroeconomics. However, "If it was done healthy." ・・・ Theme label: MMT. Pension government bonds. Keynes policy by the Bank of Japan's direct purchase of government bonds. These suit the principles of macroeconomics., Category label:macroeconomics,

Why did the Miyazawa Finance Minister's 100 trillion yen fiscal movement fail once? I say that Miyazawa's fiscal move was supposed to be successful. I have doubts about the government's economic policy. Once in the era of Prime Minister Obuti, the Minister of Finance   Miyazawa   implemented a fiscal movement of 100 trillion yen every year for several years. Why didn't the economic policy that was supposed to fit the macroeconomic theory succeed? I say that Miyazawa's fiscal move was supposed to be successful. ... Miyazawa's fiscal policy was a policy that met the principles of macroeconomics. If Miyazawa's fiscal policy was being carried out correctly, the Japanese economy would have been a step away from deflation, and the Japanese economy would have realized another high growth again. The government's tax revenues would have expanded, and the government would have repayed its fiscal debt. It should have been funny somewhere.

NO.032 In April 2013, following the above, this is the second article that mentions Abenomics. I have great doubts about the economic policies that the Japanese government has repeated in the past. At that time and now. Fiscal spending on the scale of 100 trillion yen should be special government demand of 100 trillion yen for industry. It should have been an explosive economic activity effect. , ・・・ Theme label: MMT. Pension government bonds. Keynes policy by the Bank of Japan's direct purchase of government bonds. These suit the principles of macroeconomics., Category label:macroeconomics,

Following the above in April 2013, this is the second article that mentions Abenomics. I have great doubt about the fiscal movements that the Japanese government has repeated in the past. Even then, now and then. If it is about 100 trillion yen fiscal spending, it is the government special demand of 100 trillion yen for the industry. There should be an explosive economic revitalization effect that makes no difference to the common sense. But at that time there was nothing like that. On the contrary, what was done? ○ April 7, 2013. 2:40 pm US investment companies expressed concern about the BOJ's "other dimensions of monetary easing." ... "The danger of a crash of government bonds, etc. has increased." There was also a remark that "the collapse of the Japanese economy has already begun." It is the remarks of the people who are investing in the financial market as a professional investor. It is the remark of people who are famil

NO.031 Created on March 23, 2013. New and vice-presidents were appointed to the BOJ. This determined the failure of Abenomics. Isn't Avenomics saying that something was wrong? ・・・ Theme label: MMT. Pension government bonds. Keynes policy by the Bank of Japan's direct purchase of government bonds. These suit the principles of macroeconomics., Category label:macroeconomics,

The following article was written about Abenomics six years ago. In order to avoid cyber violence, I was refraining from posting at a place where I made it public. Recently I opened this blog to publish the second article of this blog, because I knew that the historical significance of the Constitution of Japan was described in the preamble of the San Francisco Peace Treaty. I will post this article. There is no intention of slander. As we are identifying individuals, we have to consider them. The economy is directly linked to life, so it may be a more emotional way of writing. However, what I stated below, I am still holding suspicion. ○ March 23, 2013. 3 pm The new president and vice president took office as the Bank of Japan. Now the failure of the abenomics has been determined. At first, Prime Minister Abe had said, "The government will issue new government bonds, make them buy directly to the Bank of Japan, and carry out public works with that fund

NO.030 I think that pension bonds are a macroeconomic argument. I researched to study economics more than 10 years ago. I think I understand the essence of macroeconomics. I don't think the basics of macroeconomics have changed. ・・・ Theme label: MMT. Pension government bonds. Keynes policy by the Bank of Japan's direct purchase of government bonds. These suit the principles of macroeconomics., Category label:macroeconomics,

More than a decade ago, I wanted to know about economics and researched it. Even in the introductory book, I thought that a good text would have summarized the essence of economics. I think I have acquired the essence of macroeconomics. I heard that there is an idea of ​​a pension bond, but I think that a pension bond is an appropriate policy if it is judged according to macroeconomics. I understand that the key to revitalizing the economy is "How large is the product that the industry produces and sells, and is it paid for and purchased?" If this principle is used, economic policy using pension bonds can be realized. “The government issues pension bonds. The Bank of Japan issues new Banknotes and purchases the pension bonds. The government uses the money paid by selling the pension bonds to the Bank of Japan. Pension is paid to pensioners. By the pension beneficiaries consuming with the provided pension, the total consumption is expanded, the econo