Economic Affairs

Economic Affairs (Vol 40.2)


Subscribe to Economic Affairs


Contents:


Coronavirus

  • Pandemics and the consequences of COVID-19 (pages 131-37) by Steve Davies

  • The UK lockdown and the economic value of human life (pages 138-147) by Julian Jessop

  • Italy and COVID-19: Winning the war, losing the peace? (pages 148-154) by Nicola Rossi, Alberto Mingardi

  • Beyond COVID-19 lockdown: A Coaesean approach with optionality (pages 155-161) by Brian Williamson


Original articles

  • Upward classism: Prejudice and stereotyping against the wealthy (pages 162-179) by Rainer Zitelmann

  • American society through the prism of the Walker Tariff of 1846 (pages 180-197) by Christopher Rowe

  • Fiscal and monetary independence (pages 198-208) by G R Steele

  • Karl Mittermaier and the hands of classical liberalism (pages 2019-219) by Daniel B Klein

  • Money and economic development: A long-run perspective (pages 220-236) by Morten Sølvsten Schaiffel‐Nielsen

  • Beyond antitrust populism: Towards robust antitrust (pages 237-258) by Aurelien Portuese

  • The trouble with naïve Keynesianism (pages 259-276) by Tony Caporale, Marc Poitras

  • Luck or insight? The Simon-Ehrlich bet re-examined (pages 277-280) by Gale Pooley, Marian Tupy


Discussion

  • Free trade does not foster peace (pages 281-286) by Edwin van de Haar

  • Company purpose and profit need not be in conflict if we ‘grow the piece’ (pages 287-294) by Alex Edmans


Review article

  • A return to political economy?  (pages 295-306) by Martin Ricketts


Book Reviews

  • BEHAVIOURAL MACROECONOMICS: THEORY AND POLICY by Paul de Grauwe and Yyemei Ji (pages 308-309) by Geoffrey Wood

  • ORDOLIBERALISM AND EUROPEAN ECONOMIC POLICY: BETWEEN REALPOLITIK AND ECONOMIC UTOPIA. edited by Malte Dold, Tim Krieger (pages 310-312) by Jürgen Wandel

  • THE POWER OF MONEY: HOW IDEAS ABOUT MONEY SHAPED THE MODERN WORLD by Robert Pringle (pages 313-315) by Alessandro Roselli

  • RADICAL UNCERTAINTY: DECISION‐MAKING FOR AN UNKNOWABLE FUTURE, by John Kay, Mervyn King (pages 316-318) by J R Shackleton

  • THE MENACE OF FISCAL QE by George Selgin (pages 319-321) by Joakim Book




SIGN UP FOR IEA EMAILS