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

William was 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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What about the risk of a bursting asset bubble?

Along with twenty other economists, William White answered the question posed by The International Economy. White advised that the negative …
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The Fed’s new policy framework is a mystery

The Financial Times published a letter from William White on 28 June. In it, he points out a puzzling inconsistency …
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“Build Back Better” Might Not Be Sufficient

The C D Howe Institute in Toronto published an Intelligence Memo by William White on 14 April. He suggests that …
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