We Need to Talk About Inflation
Reviewer: Vicky Pryce
A myth-busting explanation of inflation, the desperate gullibility of central bankers and finance ministers―and our abject failure to learn from history
Politicians and Economic Experts
The Limits of Technocracy
Reviewer: Neil Reeder, Director, Head and Heart Economics
Based on interviews with politicians and advisers from France, Germany, Denmark, the UK and USA, this book reveals why deferring to the experts is neither viable nor desirable, and how we have to trust politicians to take the lead role in solving economic problems.
The Gender of Capital
How Families Perpetuate Wealth Inequality
Reviewer: Ian Bright
Two leading social scientists examine the gender wealth gap in countries with officially egalitarian property law, showing how legal professionals―wittingly and unwittingly―help rich families and men maintain their privilege.
The ten trends that imperil our future, and how to survive them
Reviewer: Kevin Gardiner, Rothschild & Co/Cardiff Capital Region Econ Growth Partnership
World renowned economist Nouriel Roubini was nicknamed Dr. Doom until his warnings of the 2008 housing crisis and Great Financial Crisis came true - when it was too late. Now he's back with much scarier predictions, ones that we ignore at our peril.
The Money Revolution
How to Finance the Next American Century
Reviewer: Maximilian Magnacca
In The Money Revolution: How to Finance the Next American Century, economist and bestselling author Richard Duncan lays out a farsighted strategy to maximize the United States unmatched financial and technological potential.
Power and Influence of Economists
Contributions to the Social Studies of Economics
Reviewer: Anjalika Bardalai
The contributors to this book explore the complex and diverse methods and channels that economists have used to exert and expand their influence from different disciplinary and national perspectives.
The new economics of debt and financial fragility
Reviewer: William A Allen, NIESR
An authoritative guide to the new economics of our crisis-filled century. Published in collaboration with the Institute for New Economic Thinking.
How to be a Successful Economist
Reviewer: Kate Barker, USS
Exploring the wealth of career opportunities open to those with an interest in economics, Pryce, Ross, Birdi, and Harwood reflect on how students can become successful economists.
Follow the Money
How much does Britain cost?
Reviewer: Rosemary Connell
This is a forensic examination - by the man best placed to do so - of the way the state raises and spends £1 trillion of our money every year.
The Illusion of Control
Why Financial Crises Happen, and What We Can (and Can’t) Do About It
Reviewer: Leath Al Obaidi