Spring 2021 - Reassessing Central Bank Independence
L. Menand, The Legality of Central Bank Independence in the United States

July 5, 2022
Central bank independence faces heightened scrutiny today, with scholars and policy experts—including several in this roundtable—questioning its desirability and legitimacy. But even its critics tend to take its legality for granted.
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L. Menand, The Legality of Central Bank Independence in the United States

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

Summer 2022
Money, Sanctions and International Law

Contributors:  Rawi Abdelal/Alexandra Vacroux, Charlotte Beaucillon, Ben Coates, Anna Gelpern, David Singh Grewal, Daniel Nielson, Stephen Park/Suzanne Katzenstein, Adam Tooze.

This roundtable deals with questions about the system of international monetary production, international law, and politics that have come into sharp relief in the context of economic sanctions issued against Russia.
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Money, Sanctions and International Law