Making Money Work for Us
How MMT Can Save America
Reviewer: Melissa Davies, Redburn
In this book, leading Modern Money Theory (MMT) advocate Randy Wray explains that the only real constraints on public policy are physical resources, technological capacity and political will: but never money.
Investing Amid Low Expected Returns
Reviewer: Kate Barker, British Coal Staff Superannuation Scheme
Investing Amid Low Expected Returns: Making the Most When Markets Offer the Least provides an evidence-based blueprint for successful investing when decades of market tailwinds are turning into headwinds.
A Herstory of Economics
Reviewer: Vicky Pryce
In this book, distinguished economist Edith Kuiper shows us that the history of economic thought is just that, a his-story, by telling the herstory of economic thought from the perspective of women economic writers and economists.
A World of Insecurity
Reviewer: Christine Shields, Shields Economics
An ambitious account of the corrosion of liberal democracy in rich and poor countries alike, arguing that antidemocratic sentiment reflects fear of material and cultural loss, not a critique of liberalism’s failure to deliver equality, and suggesting possible ways out.
The New Monetary Policy Revolution
Advice and Dissent
Reviewer: William A Allen, National Institute of Economic & Social Research
Values and Power in a Fractured World Order
Reviewer: Kevin Gardiner, Rothschild & Co/Cardiff Capital Region Econ Growth Partnership
How to sustain an international system of cooperation in the midst of geopolitical struggle
The Price of Time
The Real Story of Interest
Reviewer: John Shepperd, Butler Toll
In The Price of Time, Edward Chancellor traces the history of interest from its origins in ancient Mesopotamia, through debates about usury in Restoration Britain and John Law ' s ill-fated Mississippi scheme, to the global credit booms of the twenty-first century.
Slouching Towards Utopia
An Economic History of the Twentieth Century
Reviewer: Bridget Rosewell
From one of the world's leading economists, a sweeping new history of the twentieth century—a century that left us vastly richer, yet still profoundly dissatisfied.
21st Century Monetary Policy
Reviewer: Lavan Mahadeva
A former chair of the Federal Reserve explains the transformation of one our most powerful and consequential institutions.
Why the West is Failing
Failed Economics and the Rise of the East
Reviewer: Ian Bright