Government & Politics
May 29, 2013
‘Helicopter money’ may in some circumstances be the only certain way to stimulate nominal demand
Apr 13, 2013
A minimum wage is a small minnow in an ocean of deficient aggregate demand
Mar 27, 2013
Further system reforms will enable China to overcome middle-income trap and push forward social progress
Mar 20, 2013
There is a certain rich irony attached to the sight of corrupt Russian oligarchs now posing as liberal champions of the rule of law as they find themselves sucked into the maelstrom of Cyprus’s ongoing financial crisis.
Mar 26, 2013
What happens when there’s no leader in the global economy?
Jan 10, 2013
Eric Beinhocker and Tony Dolphin argue that lasting reform to the financial sector will not be achieved without tackling the price rigging and anti-competitive behaviour that is rife in the industry.
Jan 11, 2011
Paper presented at Bretton Woods Conference
Mar 2, 2020
A report from the Commission on Global Economic Transformation’s meeting in West Africa
Rule Number 1 for Government Bailouts of Companies: Make Sure Voters and Taxpayers Share in the Upside
Mar 23, 2020
If the public is to be called upon for the second time in twelve years to bail out businesses, it should get something back for its money. Bailed out firms should be compelled to issue convertible bonds to the government.
Apr 6, 2020
Much historical commentary emphasizes how pandemics restructure long-standing social and political arrangements. The observation applies to macroeconomics as well.
May 14, 2020
To able to deal with these consequences, our crisis response now should not lock us in into a permanent state of austerity, greater inequality and heightened vulnerability to future health calamities. New-old social democratic solutions are needed more than ever before.
Apr 28, 2020
A Template to Prevent a Global Debt Crisis?
Apr 13, 2020
Financial industry donations to members of Congress lead to the adoption of pro-bank policies
Apr 14, 2020
A call to action for a world economy in crisis
Apr 22, 2020
Just before the crisis, European countries were designing austerity reforms that would increase inequality and reduce internal demand. Could they return?