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Taylor] I. Reading due Sept. Taylor in volume, Ideological Differences and World Order, ed. Also available in O. Taylor essays, Economics and Liberalism. Introductory lecture: Aims, scope, and plan of course. Reasons for studying history of economic thought. Reading due Oct. Sabine, History of Political Theoryfirst 6 chapters.


North, Discourses on Trade; Sir W. Petty, Economic Writings Hull, Editor, vol. Liberalism, Locke, and the 18th Century Enlightenment. Reading due Nov. Taylor, Economics and Liberalism. II, Secs. The Philosophy and Economics of the Physiocrats.

Sabine, History of Political TheoryCh. Lecture: The Physiocrats. Lecture: The Physiocrats continued. Adam Smith I. His forerunners in moral philosophy Shaftesbury, Hutcheson, Humeand his Theory of Moral Sentiments; and the relation of this material to the Wealth of Nations.

Adam Smith II. Reading because of Dec. Lecture: Benthamism and classical economics, concluded. Malthus and Ricardo. Ricardo on other questions in economics.

Lecture: Ricardo and his important doctrines. Ruskin, Unto This Last. Comte, Positive Philosophytr. Lecture: Aged and new currents and cross-currents of thought in this period. Lecture: 1 Romantic-Conservative Thought in the Period vs .

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Book’s Narrative link Financial crises have some common storylines, among them bursting asset bubbles, bank failures, sharp tightening of credit, and downturn in operate.

They are also different from one another. Some start with sudden reversal of international capital flows, others with domestic credit implosions. A challenge to economic research is to integrate common as well as disparate threads into a coherent analytical framework that is at the same time empirically testable.

In Understanding Global Crises: an emerging paradigm, I offer a review of an emerging macroeconomic paradigm incorporating failure-prone financial intermediaries, that is consistent with the important features of recent global financial crises.

To be self ccontained, the book also presents in a transparent way basic analytical elements of the theories of financial and monetary and foreign currency crises. Epilogue Endorsements: Assaf Razin provides here the definitive intro and overview of the historical and analytical literatures on financial crises.

Students new to the subject and specialists alike will appreciate the crystal clear exposition. Razin’s book is the obvious starting point for all those concerned to understand risks to financial stability. And, given recent events, ‘all all those concerned’ is likely to connote a very large number.

Barry Eichengreen, George C. Pardee and Helen N. The global financial crisis shook the foundations of macroeconomic theory: what had we missed?

In this book, Professor Razin opens an illuminating door around the post-crisis world and painstakingly builds the foundations of a post-crisis paradigm.

A must-read for anybody who wants to go beyond the stylized details and begin to understand the why and how of global financial crises. Carlos A. Vegh, Fred H. Assaf Razin offers performed an actual tour de force: blending historical study with rigorous theoretical analysis; presenting a vast and penetrating overview of the literature on financial crises; developing a new macroeconomic paradigm in which financial intermediaries play a major role, and in which asset and debt build up matters.


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A must-read for anybody who wants to go beyond the stylized details and begin to understand the why and how of global financial crises. Carlos A. Vegh, Fred H. Assaf Razin offers performed an actual tour de force: blending historical study with rigorous theoretical analysis; presenting a vast and penetrating overview of the literature on financial crises; developing a new macroeconomic paradigm in which financial intermediaries play a major role, and in which asset and debt build up matters.

All in one book. Thanks to Assaf Razin’s book, doing macroeconomics is interesting again. Understanding Global Crises is an impressive book. The thoughtful and accessible analysis from the financial crises in the last 25 years in the first chapters will be extremely useful for the layperson interested in crises.

The elegant modeling from the financial frictions predating these crises in the last chapters will even attract the expert. A must-read! Graciela L. Book Review: Francesco Bianchi link Doyle link 2 .

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