Rule, instability and crisis
This special issue of the PSL Quarterly Review includes some articles which appeared over the years in the first series of our journal (then entitled BNL Quarterly Review: see Roncaglia 2008). The articles published below have been selected among those that can help us to best understand the roots of the current economic crisis and the problems that may compromise our efforts to overcome it, or even worse, may generate yet further difficulties. Our journal is starting a new life, as from 2010 returning to its old quarterly schedule. With this special issue, we wish to illustrate certain aspects of its traditional approach that we mean to retain in the new series.
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- Angelo Reati & Jan Toporowski, 2005.
"An economic policy for the fifth long wave,"
GE, Growth, Math methods
- Mario Tonveronachi, 2009. "Implications of Basel II for financial stability. Clouds are darker for developing countries," PSL Quarterly Review, Economia civile, vol. 62(248-251), pages 117-142.
- Mario Tonveronachi, 2009. "Structural biases in prudential regulation of banks," PSL Quarterly Review, Economia civile, vol. 62(248-251), pages 103-115.
- Charles P. Kindleberger, 2009. "Asset inflation and monetary policy," PSL Quarterly Review, Economia civile, vol. 62(248-251), pages 29-50.
- Wymme Godley & Alex Izurieta, 2009. "The US economy: weaknesses of the "strong" recovery," PSL Quarterly Review, Economia civile, vol. 62(248-251), pages 93-101.
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