What caught my eye: Intangible investment and monetary policy, Robert Triffin, and much more…


“Unpacking the Causes of Pandemic-Era Inflation in the US”:


“The financial stability risks of decentralised finance”


“The Rise of Intangible Investment and the Transmission of Monetary Policy”


“The US Supreme Court will soon hear Moore v. United States, a case challenging the constitutionality of a one-time tax imposed by the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act on about $3 trillion in undistributed corporate earnings that had accumulated overseas.”


Global History and International Relations by George Lawson, Jeppe Mulich:

“This chapter examines the relationship between global history and International Relations (IR) with the aim of showing how a closer engagement would enrich both disciplines.”


“Robert Triffin, a Belgian-American scholar and policy advisor, was a defining voice in economics and international politics in the twentieth century. He is best known for his analysis of the vulnerabilities of the international monetary system—the “Triffin dilemma”—, but he also played a key role in the debates on European monetary integration, especially as the monetary advisor of Jean Monnet.”


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