Geo-economics

When should policymakers reach for the history books?

Perhaps we need to think beyond just crises when we consider how history can be helpful to central bankers. Image: Unsplash/ Giammarco

Catherine R. Schenk

Professor of Economic & Social History, St Hilda's College

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