William White has been intimately involved in setting macroeconomic policy for over forty years.

William is chairman of the Economic and Development Review Committee at the OECD, which makes policy recommendations to associated countries. He writes and speaks widely on macroeconomic issues.

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Recognizing the Economy as a Complex, Adaptive System: Implications for Central Banks

This essay has just been published as Chapter 21 in “The Changing Fortunes of Central Banking”, edited by Philipp Hartmann, …
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Danielle DiMartino Booth Refers to My Being Awarded the 2016 NABE Adam Smith Prize

Dimartino Booth refers to the speech which I gave on that occassion ” Ultra-Easy Money: Digging the Hole Deeper?” MauldinDimartinrefWW …
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John Mauldin reference to Project Syndicate piece

John Mauldin refers favourably to my suggestion that perhaps easy monetary policy is creating disinflation, as debt headwinds reduce demand …
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