Blogs&Reviews

Other Recent Blogs&Reviews:

  • Thorsten Beck, 01 June 2018

    The recent eBook, "Ordoliberalism: A German oddity?", was presented in Washington DC and Vienna. This post summarises the discussion concerning the divergence between practice in theory when it comes to bank bailouts and ordoliberalism.

  • Jon Danielsson, 01 June 2018

    The excessive build-up of risk before 2007 was missed in spite of all the numbers being in front of us. Jon Danielsson explains how financial policymakers have fallen for the 'McNamara fallacy' in many aspects by solely relying on what can be measured and quantified, preferring to regulate by models and focusing on perceived risk and not actual risk.

  • Diane Coyle, 31 May 2018

    This review of Benn Steil’s new book on the Marshall Plan looks at the beginning of the Cold War from the vantage of post-Brexit Britain, and outlines how Steil sheds new insights on many of the players in the debate over the Marshall Plan’s adoption.

  • Jonathan Dingel, 31 May 2018

    Inferring tradability is hard. In this post, Jonathan Dingel reviews papers that explore predictions of tradable and non-tradable industries and activities.

  • Simon Wren-Lewis, 30 May 2018

    Macroeconomics gave up on trying to explain recent macroeconomic history, or, why the economy did what it did over the last 30 or 40 years. In this post, Simon Wren-Lewis argues that it is time that macroeconomics revisited the decisions it made around 1980, and realise that the deficiencies with traditional time series analysis were not as great as they were made out to be.

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