Vol. 33 Nbr. 3, September 2013
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- Editor's note.
- Anna Jacobson Schwartz: in memoriam.
- Monetary policy during the past 30 years with lessons for the next 30 years.
- Fed policy: good intentions, risky consequences.
- The conduct of monetary policy.
- The fed needs to change course.
- Avoiding the next crisis: can central banks learn?
- Should policy attempt to avoid financial crises?
- What's wrong with the Fed? What would restore independence?
- Federal Reserve independence: reality or myth?
- Balance sheet crises: causes, consequences, and responses.
- Antifragile banking and monetary systems.
- The case for simple rules and limiting the safety net.
- The gold standard, the euro, and the origins of the Greek sovereign debt crisis.
- Why the euro failed and how it will survive.
- The euro at a crossroads.
- Lessons from the European crisis.
- The renminbi's prospects as a global reserve currency.
- Does internationalizing the RMB make sense for China?
- Capital freedom in China as viewed from the evolution of the stock market.
- The Immigrant War.
- Africa's Third Liberation: The New Search for Prosperity and Jobs.
- Two Cheers for Anarchism: Six Easy Pieces on Autonomy, Dignity, and Meaningful Work and Play.
- How China Became Capitalist.