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Upgrading the G7 and revamping its agenda

“How might changes in the way the G7 functions improve the overall process of international cooperation in the economics
sphere?”

Article by William White published in Spring 2017 in the International Economy Magazine

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Only government action can resolve a global solvency crisis

Article by William White published in the Financial Times on 25 September 2016 –

Central banks have recently been engaged in a process of unprecedented monetary experimentation. Unlike scientists developing new drugs or genetic modifications, fear of the unknown has had no moderating influence on their activities.

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Disaster Avoidance

Article from William White published in International Economy magazine -Spring 2016

How analytical, executive and democratic deficits  threaten the existence of the eurozone.

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Simple Policy Lessons from Embracing Complexity

Modern macroeconomics is based upon the false belief that the economy is essentially understandable and predictable. This leads to misguided policies. A column by William White.

Central banks in the major advanced economies have been pursuing increasingly experimental polices for many years. These bear the risk of ending unhappily.

Article published in Finanz und Wirtschaft

 

 

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