Finance

Greece bears gifts

The European Union has lessons to learn from one of its least adept members writes Alex Tziamalis. While the UK is engulfed by Brexit – a battle for the strategic direction

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A sense of insecurity

The growing push for using securitisation markets for development finance is fraught with multiple dangers ahead. Rick Rowden sounds a warning. The international development finance club has been increasingly experimenting with various types

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Re-designing money

John Wood suggests that money should be re-designed as local maps of relations, rather than as a universal register of quantities and things. When someone tells you not to re-invent

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Financial Regulation in Cyber Space

Rebuilding Macroeconomics’ Finance Hub held its second workshop to discuss the interdisciplinary approaches to financial resilience and stability. We focused on digital currencies and their impact on regulation and central

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Overheard at Davos 2019

In January 2019, the Green Economy Coalition headed to the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, to convene an interactive panel of environmental economists and thought-leaders to present their visions

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