This e-book is the second in a series of three examining the shadow that history casts over various aspects of the economy and the polity. In particular, this volume provides an overview of how economists have attempted to shed light on the effects of European colonisers on development and culture across Africa and Asia.
1st Policy Research Conference of the European Central Banking Network
The chapters in this eBook analyse the behaviour of bank credit in Europe during the Great Recession and the subsequent recovery, drawing on research presented at the first conference of the European Central Banking Network (ECBN) held in Ljubljana in September 2015.
This e-book is the first in a series of three examining the shadow that history casts over various aspects of the economy and the polity. In particular this volume summarises some influential works from this vibrant new research agenda and discusses the impact they have on our understanding of the long-run influence of historical events on current economics.
This eBook examines the rise of long-term unemployment in post-recession Europe and examines its causes and the measures taken to address it.
This eBook offers a brief summary of what economists have learnt about migration in several crucial areas of policymaking, and identifies most of the important questions that still remain to be answered.