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Economic Science

Neoliberalism: a slippery concept

Rodrik and Wren-Lewis on the real economics behind neoliberalism.

Macro

For the next downturn…

…is Europe ready?

Macro

On the low inflation puzzle

Is inflation even lower than what we think?

Economic Science

Ten most read posts September-October

A list of commentaries and research papers which got the highest number of views during September and October 2017.

International Economics

Changing patterns of capital flows

Three recent working papers are shedding light on the way cross-border flows have changed since the financial crisis.

Books

New and noteworthy books in economics (November)

Rodrik on trade, Tirole on economics and society, Ubide on the paradox of risk and Eichengreen on currencies

Monetary Policy

Changing of the guard at the Fed

Janet Yellen vs John Taylor, discretion vs rules.

Banking

The power of leverage

How much progress have we made in properly evaluating financial leverage.

Macro

On taxes

Taxes, monetary policy and equity markets. Should Facebook be taxed?

Economic Science

The latest on incomplete information

As computational and communication technologies develop will incomplete information be for or against free markets?

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