Archive for: Amol Agrawal

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Applying Behavioral insights in design of public policy SAUGATO DATTA and SENDHIL MULLAINATHAN have written a comprehensive review showing how behavioral research...

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Economics of Political Unwillingness Ajit Karnik of Mumbai University says most policies are inefficient because of political unwillingness. Political will is seen...

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History of normal distribution and how its extensive usage made economics/finance abnormal ANDY HALDANE of the Bank of England keeps coming up with one terrific...

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Will financial economics post crisis be more Keynesian in spirit? CARLO ZAPPIA (University of Siena) reflects on the history of financial economics and how it is...

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Using accounting devices to hide fiscal deficits – a framework Timothy Irwin of IMF has an excellent paper on how government can use various accounting tricks...

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Why 2008 crisis is only compared to Great Depression? BARRY EICHENGREEN looks at the role of history in the recent crisis. The 2007 crisis is always compared...

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Economics in small doses HOW DODD FRANK ACT IS CONNECTED TO INCREASING CONFLICTS IN AFRICA/CONGO? LAURA SEAY of Morehouse College enlightens you about this interesting...

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IMPACT OF ECONOMICS BLOGS As this column is written by an avid economics blogger, it is useful to look at research/papers etc looking at the role of blogsin economics...

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Political economy of Greece crisis French Prime Minister Nicholas Sarkozy (and many others before him) recently commented that it was a mistake to allow Greece...

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What if Swiss National Bank (SNB) has negative equity? SNB shocked markets by deciding to peg its currency against Euro. SNB is buying foreign currency to defend...

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