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Books

New and noteworthy books in economics (May)

Five authors: Mazzucato, Fratzscher, Tucker, Ghysels and Marcellino and four interesting books.

Inequality

Did QE increase inequality after all?

New research on whether QE has increased inequality in the UK, Italy and the US.

Macro

On commodities

Commodity prices (from aluminum, to grains to oil) have significantly increased since the beginning of the year: what is driving commodity price fluctuations, how connected are commodity markets?

Macro

On global public goods

Towards a new theory of global public economics.

International Economics

A strong dollar

The recent sharp and sudden dollar appreciation might not be consistent with a longer-term rebalancing of the global economy.

Monetary Policy

The neo-Fisherians are back!

Has the neo-Fisherite policy worked in the US?

Economic Science

Marx’s bicentennial

Did Marx flunk economics?

Monetary Policy

A central bank with spunk!

Populism, exchange rate turmoil, high inflation and 70 years of stabilization plans.

Economic Science

Dismal science (part B)

Why economics matters.

Eurozone

The euro debate

Four years after the Eurozone crisis: What is the popular support for the euro? Is there a new “narrative”?

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