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Data in the modern economy

The economic arguments for or against data privacy regulation.


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.


Financial regulation: what are the new risks?

Shadow banking, macroprudential policies and banking regulation.

Economic Growth

The likelihood of a 2019 recession

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


Deficit spending

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

International Economics

Currency and trade wars

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


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.


Inflation expectations and firms’ decisions

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


Government debt management

New research on debt management and optimal taxation.


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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