Gil Skillman’s article, “Moseley’s ‘Macro-Monetary’ Reading of Marx’s Capital: Rejoinder and Further Discussion,” has just appeared in the Review of Radical Political Economics. Here’s the link: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/0486613419876062 Abstract: Moseley (2018) offers a partial reply to my review of his Money and Totality, addressing one comment at length while mentioning a second in passing and ignoring the third. … Read moreGil Skillman published in the Review of Radical Political Economics
Gary Yohe, along with Richard Richels, and Henry Jacoby published “There is no Plan B on climate change” in The Hill on December 20.
Gary Yohe, along with Richard Richels and Henry Jacoby published “Who is holding up the war on global warming? You may be surprised,” in The Hill on November 2.
Gary Yohe, along with Richard Richels and Henry Jacoby, published “Adapt, Abate, or Suffer – Lessons from Hurricane Dorian” in the Globe Post on October 22.
Richard Grossman authored a blog post on the Vox CEPR website with Gareth Campbell and John Turner (Queen’s University Belfast) entitled, “New monthly indices of the British stock market, 1829-1929,” based on their CEPR and Wesleyan Working paper “Before the cult of equity: New monthly indices of the British share market, 1829-1929.” (https://ideas.repec.org/p/wes/weswpa/2019-003.html
David Kuenzel published a paper in the August issue of the Review of International Economics entitled “Do trade flows respond to nudges? Evidence from the WTO’s Trade Policy Review Mechanism.” In the paper, Kuenzel examines whether interactions between WTO members through the Trade Policy Review Mechanism, the WTO’s prime transparency institution, lead to subsequent changes … Read moreKuenzel published in Review of International Economics
Gary Yohe published three opinion papers recently: “Two kinds of climate, one thing in common” (with Michael Mann), Hartford Courant, August 25, 2019, https://www.courant.com/opinion/op-ed/hc-op-yohe-mann-climate-change-0825-20190825-cblr6vhvuzaj7po7jmhpjegqme-story.html. “Why damage estimates for hurricanes like Dorian won’t capture the full cost of climate change-fueled disasters”, The Conversation”, September 3, 2019, http://theconversation.com/why-damage-estimates-for-hurricanes-like-dorian-wont-capture-the-full-cost-of-climate-change-fueled-disasters-122910. “A tragic misperception about climate change” (with Richard Richels … Read moreGary Yohe published
Xiaoxue Zhao’s paper (with Lakshmi Iyer, Xin Meng, and Nancy Qian), “Economic Transition and Private-Sector Labor Demand: Evidence from Urban China,” was published in the Journal of Comparative Economics in September, 2019. The paper examines the impact of the first wave of China’s housing reforms, which untied access to housing in urban areas from working for the … Read moreXiaoxue Zhao published in the Journal of Comparative Economics
David Kuenzel, along with Theo S.Eicher (University of Washington), ChrisPapageorgiou (International Monetary Fund), and Charis Christofides (International Monetary Fund), authored a new paper published in the International Journal of Forecasting entitled “Forecasts in Times of Crises.” In the paper, Kuenzel and his coauthors examine the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) forecast accuracy of 29 key macroeconomic … Read moreDavid Kuenzel published in International Journal of Forecasting
A summary Gillian Brunet’s dissertation, “Understanding the effects of fiscal policy: measurement, mechanisms, and lessons from history,” was published in the Journal of Economic History in June. A link is here. The dissertation was completed at the University of California, Berkeley and won the Economic History Association’s 2018 Allan Nevins Prize Competition.