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Summary | 4 Annotations
It assesses, from the perspective of central banks, where we are and where we are going, as well as the outlook for the global economy and markets
2016/06/17 06:30
Bernanke’s book reflects the elusive quest for higher and more inclusive growth in the global economy.
2016/06/17 06:30
and the need for an appropriate, more comprehensive policy response -- run through Martin Ford’s analysis in “Rise of the Robots.”
2016/06/17 06:30
John Kay pushes us to question how the industry has approached and performed its basic function of intermediating savings and other loanable funds to productive activities.
2016/06/17 06:30