Tag Archives: Jim Belshaw

Time enough for success

Skepticlawyer’s excellent post on the GFC examines the financial crisis. The post below is concerned with the time period for monetary policy. While, as I note below, the collapse in total spending clearly worsened the GFC, this post is more about how to avoid or minimise recessions and, particularly, events such as the Great Recession. […]

The Art of Law

This post is in part a very belated response to a series of posts by Jim Belshaw (here and here). Sorry it’s so late, Jim! I do think about these things, but they take a while to percolate. What do people want out of their lawyers, and do lawyers provide these things? Part of the […]