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Our aim is to encourage discussion, debate, and scholarship on money’s design and its reform towards a world that is as just as it is (economically) productive. (read more)
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Current Scholarship
The Intellectual Origins of Sudan’s “Decades of Solitude,” 1989–2019

Alden Young

The three decades between 1989 and 2019, when the National Salvation regime of Islamists and the military ruled Sudan, are now frequently remembered by international and Sudanese policymakers, politicians, intellectuals, and business elites as “lost decades” or “decades of solitude”
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The Intellectual Origins of Sudan’s “Decades of Solitude,” 1989–2019

Current Scholarship
The Janus Faces of Money, Property, and Governance: Fiscal Finance, Empire, and Race

Jamee Moudud, Sarah Lawrence College

This paper contributes to the literature on racial capitalism by deploying a key insight of the Law and Political Economy tradition, which is that politics acting through the law plays a constitutive role in the monetary hardwiring of economies and their property rights.
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The Janus Faces of Money, Property, and Governance: Fiscal Finance, Empire, and Race

Money in the Time of Coronavirus
G. Epstein, Human Capital Bonds and Federal Reserve Support for Public Education: The Public Education Emergency Finance Facility (PEEFF)

May 21, 2020

Gerald Epstein, University of Massachusetts Amherts

Public education - K-12 and public higher education - have been hit hard financially by the Covid-19 Crisis.
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G. Epstein, Human Capital Bonds and Federal Reserve Support for Public Education: The Public Education Emergency Finance Facility (PEEFF)