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New and noteworthy books in economics (March)

…for those of you who can concentrate and read a book during the COVID-19 crisis: Stiglitz on Europe, Kay and King on handling uncertainty, Deaton and Coase on deaths of despair and Skidelsky on the failures of economics through an interdisciplinary prism.

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New and noteworthy books in economics (February)

The four books we have selected for this month are on the capital markets union, the state of economics, the tax system and low growth.

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New and noteworthy books in economics (January)

This month’s four books are on markets and competition, our future without work and, modelling “animal spirits”.

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New and noteworthy books in economics (December)

In this month’s selection there are three books on the social and political problems of our day.  The fourth book is on how art and economics grow more entangled.

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New and noteworthy books in economics (November)

This month’s four books are on repairing globalization, AI, liberalism and prosperity and, Germany in 1931.

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New and noteworthy books in economics (October)

Four interesting books on productivity, inequality, debt, and liberty.

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New and noteworthy books in economics (September)

Four great books by economic heavyweights Branko Milanovic, Otmar Issing, Richard Davies and David Kreps.

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New and noteworthy books in economics (August)

Looking at finance-growth nexus from both historical and modern perspectives; How did the Central Bank of Ireland handle the 2010-2013 crisis? A great book on forecasting; and how to democratize Europe.

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New and noteworthy books in economics (July)

This month’s book selection combines economics with history, politics, and law – a fresh perspective!

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New and noteworthy books in economics (June)

On the future of macroeconomic policy; on the upcoming technology trap and the  disrupted economic relationships. Did economics corrupt us?

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