Thursday, September 19, 2019

Featured Articles and Writings of J. Orlin Grabbe

James Orlin Grabbe (/ˈɡreɪbiː/; October 8, 1947 – March 15, 2008) more commonly referred to as J. Orlin Grabbe, or just JOG, was an American economist and prolific writer with contributions in the theory and practice of finance. He was known by his book International Financial Markets, and for mathematical models for options and derivatives used in international finance and foreign exchange.

Grabbe wrote articles and essays about personal freedom and governmental abuse, and was an editor of Internet magazines such as the Laissez Faire City Times. Born and educated in the U.S., he pursued his business interests around the world. He died from heart failure around March 15, 2008 in San José, Costa Rica. [reprinted from the Wikipedia page of James Orlin Grabbe]


Featured articles and writings of J. Orlin Grabbe (archived):

Read this first for background:

Wikipedia Page of Digital Monetary Trust

Ambassador College and Harvard graduate, economist, physicist Orlin Grabbe dies:

Quantum Tantra obituary:

J. Orlin Grabbe Memorial Archive:

Cypherpunkd Episode 042: “Bitcoin Mania 4″ – The Social, Economic and Political Disruptive Technology of Bitcoin with Austrian School Economist Jon Matonis (I had the privilege of being interviewed by Hiro White of

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