Papers and features puts the focus on scholarly works regarding debt and it's impact on the economy including text and presentations from conferences around the world.
An excerpt from The Next Economic Disaster: Why It's Coming and How to Avoid It.
How institutional design and austerity is destroying the European economy
A forum on China's debt
Steve Keen on Japan's Lessons for the Global Economy
Does "financial inclusion" hurt the world's poorest?
How has economics explained why US households have been borrowing so much and what is missing?
Negative Interest Rates are a popular new economic policy idea. Are they dangerous?
Andrea Terzi on why we need to rethink the role of fiscal policy in economic stability and recovery.
Despite strong fundamentals high household debt is holding down the Dutch economy.
What has changed in America's household debt burden since the recession and what has not?
HHow private debt overhangs have put us into a slow growth economy
A joint conference with the Center for Household Financial Stability on household debt
What factors really contribute to inflation?
Has the allocation of credit to consumer spending hurt the prospects of emerging market economies?
How much do we know about the kind of debt that burdens the most vulnerable Americans?
Do trade deficits and current account imbalances drive the debt driven global economy?
How do movements of debt across sectors explain changes in financial stability?
Papers from Tipping Points III: Debt-Financed Homeownership – Its Evolution, Impact, and Future
How can the Fed make monetary policy serve main street as well as Wall Street?
The French corporate sector's debt has ballooned since the 2008 crisis.
The Troika's bailout policies have spurred a debt deflation in Greece
How do we finance innovation without risking a credit crisis?
How Norway's growing real estate prices might lead to a debt crisis
A joint conference with the Center for Household Financial Stability on the macroeconomics of debt.
How China's debt driven growth model fits into the larger history of developing states
What are the threats associated with the buildup in corporate debt?
An interview with Lord Adair Turner, the Chairman of INET
New political structures are needed to avoid global deflation
Are we facing another phase of a structural crisis that began in 2008?
Richard Vague's take on the role of financialization and debt in driving economic development