What caught my eye: Childcare challenges in the US jobs market, inflation forecasts, big data and international trade, and much more…

“Thirty years of hurt, never stopped me dreaming” speech by Andy Haldane:


“Digital Currencies: Risk or Promise?” the new issue of the CATO journal:


“The Role of Childcare Challenges in the US Jobs Market Recovery During the COVID-19 Pandemic” by Jason Furman, Melissa Schettini Kearney & Wilson Powell:


“Who are the better forecasters of inflation, bond traders or economists?” by Joseph E. Gagnon and Madi Sarsenbayev:


“Trade and Innovation” by Marc Melitz and Stephen Redding:


As always, the BIS Quarterly Review is very interesting (the June issue focuses on corporate debt):


“Big Data and Global Trade Law” by Mira Burri:


And each year, the BIS publishes its annual report, which is also worth reading!


“Avoiding a self-fulfilling low-inflation trap” by Sebastian Schmidt:


“What would Ricardo do?” by Peter Neary (who recently passed away):


“Fiscal support for a sustainable recovery in the euro area” by Niels Thygesen, Roel Beetsma, Massimo Bordignon, Xavier Debrun, Mateusz Szczurek, Martin Larch, Matthias Busse, Mateja Gabrijelcic, Laszlo Jankovics, Janis Malzubris:


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