July 23, 2020
Commentary

Lebanon Hyperinflates

Just how has Lebanon found itself in such an inglorious position? For years, the Lebanese government, the central bank (Banque du Liban), and savers played a game.

National Review (Online)
February 6, 2020
Commentary

Iran Is Not Hyperinflating

While Iran came close to hyperinflating in the fall of 2012, it has never experienced an episode of hyperinflation.

National Review (Online)
September 18, 2018
Commentary

The Menace of Central Banks: Iran and Turkey Front and Center

Countries that have employed currency boards have delivered lower inflation rates, smaller fiscal deficits, lower debt levels relative to the gross domestic product, fewer banking crises, and higher real growth rates than comparable countries that have employed central banks.
Forbes.com