A return to complexity: economic policy after the crisis

It is now approaching three years since the start of the dramatic financial crisis which ended the so-called "Great Moderation" and threatened to plunge the world into the deepest depression for 80 years. Despite all the summits, speeches, and calls for radical change, it is striking how bounded the intellectual response has been so far. It is a very different story from the 1930s when that depression convinced many that a wholly new political and economic order was required and which led

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