Publications

Selected publications by William.

If something cannot go on forever, it will stop.

At the end of March, the Council on Economic Policies (a Zurich based think tank) posted this piece written by ...
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Data science in economics and finance for decision makers

A book with this title, edited by Per Nymand-Andersen and published by Risk Books, became available on 23 March. William ...
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The full case against ultra low and negative interest rates

On 17 March, INET published on its website a blog note (summary) and  Working Paper by William White. The Working ...
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International financial regulation: Why it still falls short

Previously a Working paper posted by INET, this article has now been published as a chapter in a book called ...
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The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse

In this article, published in the Winter edition of “The International Economy” magazine, William White identifies four interrelated and systemic ...
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Five considerations for a sustainable recovery

On 16 September, William White participated in a webinar panel chaired by John Orchard, the CEO of OMFIF. Other panelists ...
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Unsustainable policies and their remedies: five questions that need answering.

OMFIF and the BSIA (Balsillie School of International Affairs)  jointly published on 16 September a piece authored by William White ...
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International financial regulation: why it still falls short.

The Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET) recently published a Working Paper by William White. He argues that changes to ...
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Simple Lessons for Policymakers from Embracing Complexity

This article will be published shortly as a chapter in a book “New Approaches to Economic Challenges: The Financial System” ...
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To what extent will the global role of the US Dollar have changed a decade from now?

William White, together with a number of other economists, answered this question in a submission to the Winter 2020 edition ...
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Why central bankers should be humble

This article appeared in the Winter 2020 edition of “The International Economy”. White argues that there is a fundamental intertemporal ...
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Fault Lines in the Pursuit of Financial Stabilty

This paper will in time be published as a chapter in a book. In the interim it will be forthcoming ...
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