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Mishandling the Crisis

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a review of Barry Eichengreen’s Hall of Mirrors (about the financial crisis of 2008 and lessons learned from the policy responses to it)

Tooze, A. (2015). Mishandling the Crisis. New Left Review, 92, pp. 135-144

refers to a school of heterodox macroeconomics thought in the US in the early 1970s; centered around coastal universities (Ivies, Berkeley, etc) whereas freshwater economics referred to schools around the Great Lakes; primarily a methodological disagreement about the extent to employ the theory of economic decision making; the divide no longer really holds true today

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Eichengreen belongs to the last generation of so-called ‘saltwater’ macroeconomists trained by Yale, MIT and Harvard in the 1970s and early 80s.

—p.135 by Adam Tooze
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Eichengreen belongs to the last generation of so-called ‘saltwater’ macroeconomists trained by Yale, MIT and Harvard in the 1970s and early 80s.

—p.135 by Adam Tooze
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relating to a church parish; having a limited or narrow outlook or scope

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he moved beyond the personalized, parochial focus on the leadership of the US Federal Reserve

—p.136 by Adam Tooze
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he moved beyond the personalized, parochial focus on the leadership of the US Federal Reserve

—p.136 by Adam Tooze
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