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Books

New and noteworthy books in economics (January)

Four new books: on the different types of austerity; on consumer expectations and utility measurement; on how eradicating diseases can adversely affect economic development.

Banking

Financial regulation: what are the new risks?

Shadow banking, macroprudential policies and banking regulation.

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Economic Growth

The likelihood of a 2019 recession

Summers, Rogoff and Cochrane on the main economic risks in 2019.

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Macro

Deficit spending

The costs of public debt when safe interest rates are low.

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International Economics

Currency and trade wars

The choice between currency undervaluation and tariffs on trade flows at the zero lower bound.

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Tech

The revolution is here: AI in economics!

According to new research, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning can be used to measure the rate of inflation, reduce search frictions and overcome computational barriers.

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Macro

Inflation expectations and firms’ decisions

How inflation expectations affect firms' economic decisions at the ELB and in high inflation countries.

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Macro

Government debt management

New research on debt management and optimal taxation.

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Books

New and noteworthy books in economics (December)

Four new books which look at capitalism through the lens of global value chains, financialization, corporate structure and sustained low productivity.

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Top 10 newsletters in 2018!

The preferences of our subscribers ... revealed!

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