From Crisis to Confidence not only describes the process which the economy must go through before a full recovery after the financial crash, it also describes the journey that must be travelled by the discipline of economics. As economics students and other commentators question post-war macroeconomics, Roger Koppl provides some of the answers needed to understand the long slump since 2008. A theory of confidence is needed in any economic framework that is to explain one of the most important periods in modern economic history.Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 32(1):19a37. Ahrend, R. (2010) Monetary ease: a factor behind financial crises? Some evidence from OECD countries. Economics: The OpenAccess, Open Assessment E-Journal 4, 2010-12 , 14 April. Akerlof, G. A. and ... The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City Economic Research Department, Research Working Paper 10-05. Baker, S. R., Bloom, N.
|Title||:||From Crisis to Confidence|
|Publisher||:||Do Sustainability - 2014-07-15|