Page 30/35

International Economics

From hyperglobalization to protectionism

The changing landscape of global trade.


New and noteworthy books in economics (September)

Four notable new books on: heterodox economics, asset prices and diversity.


Market power

As US economic growth remains subdued some economists argue that monopoly power might be the culprit.


The problem with the US debt

Why lack of coordination between monetary and fiscal policies in the presence of rising fiscal imbalances can be detrimental for the economy.


Can the digital economy boost productivity growth?

Is Robert Gordon correct when arguing that foreseeable innovations may have less impact on economic growth than the great inventions of the past?

Monetary Policy

On Central Bank Independence

How Central Bank independence has changed since the financial crisis? Is there a case for limiting Central Bank autonomy?


The best on populism and economics

What gives rise to left-wing populism vs. right wing populism? Why is populism here to stay?


On innovation

What are the necessary ingredients for innovation? How does the age of the management team enter the “equation”?


Ten years ago …

What happened on August 9th 2007 that makes economists believe that this was the day the Global Financial Crisis started.

International Economics

“The impossible trinity”

Recent research on the international monetary trilemma and financial stability.

Theme by Anders Norén