Welcome to Bookmarker!

This is a personal project by @dellsystem. I built this to help me retain information from the books I'm reading.

Source code on GitHub (MIT license).

[...] Prices and wages do not adjust instantaneously to clear markets whenever demand and supply are out of balance. Firms change price only irregularly in response to changes in demand; wages adjust only slowly as labour market conditions alter; and expectations are updated only slowly as new information is received. Such 'frictions' or 'rigidities' introduce time lags into the process by which changes in money lead to changes in prices. These lags in the adjustment of prices and wages to changes in demand--so-called 'nominal rigidities'--and lags in the adjustment of expectations to changes in inflation--'expectational rigidities'--generate short-run relationships between money, activity, and inflation. [...]

the folly of viewing economics as this continuous and inherently quantifiable thing (think GDP, supply and demand theory, inflation) when it is anything but, and the choice of what to measure is so incredibly qualitative (is that the right word? political?)

—p.167 Heroes and Villains: The Role of Central Banks (156) by Mervyn King 6¬†years, 3¬†months ago