What caught my eye: U.S. Fiscal Stimulus, the BIS Quarterly Review, and the Evolving International Monetary System

What caught my eye: U.S. Fiscal Stimulus, the BIS Quarterly Review, and the Evolving International Monetary System

What caught my eye: Artificial intelligence, part-time jobs, U.S. fiscal policy, and much more…

What caught my eye: Artificial intelligence, part-time jobs, U.S. fiscal policy, and much more…

What caught my eye: The new future of work, digital currencies, climate change risk in financial markets, and much more…

What caught my eye: The new future of work, digital currencies, climate change risk in financial markets, and much more…

What caught my eye: The U.S. tax system and automation, creativity in the age of artificial intelligence, and is there zombification in Europe?

What caught my eye: The U.S. tax system and automation, creativity in the age of artificial intelligence, and is there zombification in Europe?

What caught my eye last week: The economic value of data, the central bank of the future, and productivity in a service-based economy…

What caught my eye last week: The economic value of data, the central bank of the future, and productivity in a service-based economy…

Is the traditional office obsolete?

The outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic has changed working habits of many people. In addition, it became obvious which jobs must be done in the workplace and which activities can be carried out at home or anywhere. Perhaps the current developments are less about the complete end of the traditional office but more about the end of current firm-worker relations in the form of traditional employment contracts.

What caught my eye this week: U.S. Economy partially recovered during the summer, labor-market polarization, money markets and central bank balance sheets, and much more…

What caught my eye this week: U.S. Economy partially recovered during the summer, labor-market polarization, money markets and central bank balance sheets, and much more…