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Books be e-axes - Mar 2014

"In 100 Years: Leading Economists Predict the Future" edited by Ignacio Palacios-Huerta
Sun, 2014-03-09 18:06   -   (0) comments

In this book, ten prominent economists—including Nobel laureates and several likely laureates—offer their ideas about the world of the twenty-second century.


"Financial Crises: Causes, Consequences, and Policy Responses" edited by Stijn Claessens, M Ayhan Kose, Luc Laeven, Fabian Valencia
Fri, 2014-03-14 13:28   -   (0) comments

This book provides a comprehensive overview of research on financial crises and surveys policy lessons in the context of a wide range of crises, including banking, balance of payments, and sovereign debt crises.


"The Euro Area and the Financial Crisis" edited by Miroslav Beblavý, David Cobham, L'udovít Ódor
Fri, 2014-03-14 15:22   -   (0) comments

'A large collection of analyses by many of the best economists. The topic is burning, the discussions go right to the heart of the matter and all big issues are included. Rush to read this book because it deals with front-page news and because things change so fast.'--Charles Wyplosz, The Graduate Institute, Geneva


"Twenty Years of Inflation Targeting: Lessons Learned and Future Prospects" edited by David Cobham, Øyvind Eitrheim, Stefan Gerlach, Jan F. Qvigstad
Fri, 2014-03-14 15:35   -   (0) comments

'After the financial crisis, central banks stand at a crossroads, and this book provides an invaluable guide. In it, a diverse set of academic and central bank contributors survey both the past achievements of inflation targeting as well as future challenges, including re-examining the role of asset prices in formulating monetary policy.' Glenn Rudebusch, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco


"Does Capitalism Have a Future?" by Immanuel Wallerstein, Randall Collins, Michael Mann, Georgi Derluguian, and Craig Calhoun
Wed, 2014-03-19 17:37   -   (0) comments

"Does Capitalism Have a Future is the work of five eminent big-picture thinkers. Their rich analysis of capitalism's contradictions and vision of possibilities for its future evolution are well worth pondering."--Francis Fukuyama


"The Tyranny of Experts - Economists, Dictators, and the Forgotten Rights of the Poor" by William Easterly
Wed, 2014-03-19 18:06

"Easterly's new book shows that the expert approach to development rests on an engrained but unexamined premise: that people in poor countries cannot be trusted to make their own decisions. As this wide-ranging and compelling account shows, this assumption is doubly flawed. It's morally offensive and a sure guide to bad policy."--Paul Romer, New York University


"I Spend, Therefore I Am" by Philip Roscoe
Wed, 2014-03-19 18:36   -   (0) comments

"Impressive … important … very thoughtful and thought-provoking"-- Ha-Joon Chang, author of 23 Things They Don’t Tell You About Capitalism


"What Money Wants - An Economy of Desire" by Noam Yuran
Wed, 2014-03-19 18:53   -   (0) comments

"Noam Yuran's brilliant book offers a new point of view about the relationship between money and the desire for it. Arguing that desire is built into the nature of money and is not an external attachment to it, Yuran opens up new readings of Marx, Veblen, and Weber, and also gives readers a new perspective on the ways in which money can inspire excess and destabilize economies. This book will be of great interest to economists, philosophers, and social theorists."—Arjun Appadurai, New York University


"The Age of Oversupply Overcoming the Greatest Challenge to the Global Economy" by Daniel Alpert
Wed, 2014-03-19 19:19   -   (0) comments

The invisible hand of capitalism is broken. Economic and political forces are preventing markets from correcting themselves, and we're now living in an unprecedented age of oversupply.


"Capital in the Twenty-First Century" by Thomas Piketty
Fri, 2014-03-28 15:23   -   (0) comments

“This book is not only the definitive account of the historical evolution of inequality in advanced economies, it is also a magisterial treatise on capitalism’s inherent dynamics.”—Dani Rodrik, Institute for Advanced Study



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