Current Scholarship
Katie Moore, Review of Joshua R. Greenberg, Bank Notes and Shinplasters: The Rage for Paper Money in the Early Republic

Joshua R. Greenberg’s Bank Notes and Shinplasters: The Rage for Paper Money in the Early Republic transports readers back to a time when ordinary Americans understood the rules of the monetary system because they had to.
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Katie Moore, Review of Joshua R. Greenberg, Bank Notes and Shinplasters: The Rage for Paper Money in the Early Republic

Announcement
“Labour and Welfare in the Post COVID-19 Era” Summer School July 4-8 2022 at the University of Rome; application deadline June 6th!

The EAEPE – INET – APPEAL Summer School is open to PhD students and early-career researchers working in particular in the field of institutional and evolutionary analysis, with a special focus this year on labour economics and welfare, and the impact of Covid-19.


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“Labour and Welfare in the Post COVID-19 Era” Summer School July 4-8 2022 at the University of Rome; application deadline June 6th!

Fall 2021 - A Symposium on: Stephen A. Marglin’s Raising Keynes: A Twenty-First Century Theory
Carolyn Sissoko, Understanding modern money: when the monetary tail is wagging the real economy dog, economic models that don’t take bank regulation into account fall short

February 16, 2022
Understanding modern money: when the monetary tail is wagging the real economy dog, economic models that don’t take bank regulation into account fall short
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Carolyn Sissoko, Understanding modern money: when the monetary tail is wagging the real economy dog, economic models that don’t take bank regulation into account fall short

Current Scholarship
The New Monetary Policy: Reimagining Demand Management and Price Stability in the 21st Century

Nathan Tankus, Modern Money Network

For the past 40 years, there has been a global macroeconomic consensus that mon- etary policy—and specifically interest rate management policy and financial asset purchase/sale policy—should take the lead in stabilizing the domestic economy. As a factual matter, this consensus has accompanied rising inequality, weak nominal wage growth and intensifying ecological devastation.
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The New Monetary Policy: Reimagining Demand Management and Price Stability in the 21st Century

Spring 2021 - Reassessing Central Bank Independence
R. Lastra and S. Dietz, Communication in Monetary Policy

May 25, 2022
Accountability is a critical corollary of central bank independence. And communication is a necessary component of accountability. A central bank that does not communicate sufficiently with political leaders, markets and the public will not be able to justify its independence from political institutions over time.
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