Facts about Paul A. Volcker

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Paul A. Volcker is a famous Economist from USA, he/she is 90 years old and still alive, born September 5, 1927.

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He/she is born under the zodiac virgo, who is known for Analyzing, Practical, Reflective, Observation, Thoughtful. Our collection contains 11 quotes who is written / told by Paul, under the main topic Business.

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Famous quotes by Paul A. Volcker (11)


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"Less emphasis on inventories, I think, may tend to dampen business cycles, because business cycles are typically in the grasp of inventory cycles and heavy industry cycles"
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"Well, by the standards of a lot of countries, by Latin American standards, it wasn't so bad"
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"What's the subject of life - to get rich? All of those fellows out there getting rich could be dancing around the real subject of life"
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"When people begin anticipating inflation, it doesn't do you any good anymore, because any benefit of inflation comes from the fact that you do better than you thought you were going to do"
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"By the time I became chairman and there was more of a feeling of urgency, there was a willingness to accept more forceful measures to try to deal with the inflation"
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"What's the subject of life - to get rich? All of those fellows out there getting rich could be dancing around the real subject of life"
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"It was the biggest inflation and the most sustained inflation that the United States had ever had"
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"Double-digit inflation is a terrible thing - and it got up to 14 or 15 percent on a monthly basis for a while, shortly after I became chairman of the Fed"
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"You could not buy a house in those days without just assuming that the house was not only a place to live, but it was a good investment, because it was going to keep up with inflation or get ahead of inflation, and it was just - that was America"
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"The speed of communication, the speed of information transfer, the cheapness of communication, the ease of moving things around the world are a difference in kind as well as degree"
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"I am suspicious of the idea of a new paradigm, to use that word, an entirely new structure of the economy"


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