Monthly Archives: January 2017

QE – The story so far

Three months ago, Andy Haldane came to Cass to give the Dean’s Lecture. The lecture was about Quantitative Easing. It is now available on Youtube here, so enjoy! The working paper version of this work can be found here.

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Ending too big to fail

One of the most interesting sessions in Chicago during the last ASSA Annual Meeting was about ending too big to fail. Neel Kashkari presented the Minneapolis Fed plan and Markus K. Brunnermeier and Randall Kroszner gave their view on the plan. … Continue reading

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The “crisis” of economics

Andy Haldane, chief economist at the Bank of England, has recently repeated the claims about the crisis of the economics profession. I have discussed this issue with many people since the financial crisis, and I was going to write something … Continue reading

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