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On Inequality Updated (6/12)
Mon, 12/09/2013 - 09:07

Commentary: "Fish and (micro)chips: Why I’m relatively relaxed about robots" Lewis.

Research: "Examining an elephant" Resolution Foundation.

On India Updated (30/11)
Thu, 01/15/2015 - 10:39

Commentary: "Demonetization Dos and Don’ts" Gopinath.

Research: "Why guarantee employment? Evidence from a large Indian public-works program" University of Georgia.

On China Updated (30/11)
Mon, 12/19/2011 - 09:58

Commentary: "China edges toward a big mistake" Perez.

Research: "Debating the Consensuses: The Beijing Consensus vs The Washington Consensus" National University of Singapore.

On Global Economic Growth Updated (29/11)
Thu, 06/02/2011 - 07:05

Commentary: "The economic trend is our friend" DeLong.

Research: "Local Political Uncertainty, Family Control and Investment Behavior" Bocconi University

On the Banking and Financial Sectors Updated (29/11)
Mon, 07/23/2012 - 11:25

Commentary:"The stock market looks cheap" Fatas.

Research: "Explaining the Surge of TARGET2 Liabilities in Italy: Less Simple than the ECB's Narrative" Catholic University of Lille.

On Global Inflation Updated (22/11)
Fri, 05/20/2011 - 09:50

Commentary: "TIPS Liquidity and the Outlook for Inflation" Andreasen, Christensen.

Research: "The Phillips curve and inflation" Federal Reserve Board


On Currencies Updated (15/11)
Tue, 05/24/2011 - 06:53

Commentary: "The bank/capital markets nexus goes global" Hyun Song Shin.

Research: "A model of the International Monetary System" Harvard University.

On Monetary Policy and Central Banking Updated (27/10)
Tue, 05/03/2011 - 18:52

Commentary: "Should the previous framework for monetary policy be fundamentally reconsidered?Taylor.

Research: "A Behavioral Neo-Keynesian Model" Harvard University.

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