Book notes: The cost of free money, by Paola Subacchi

A book worth reading, as it facilitates further discussion on substantial issues, but doesn’t fully address some of the problems it takes aim at

The cost of free money, by Paola Subacci

Paola Subacchi, The cost of free money: how unfettered capital threatens our economic future, Yale University Press, 2020, 320 pages

In this book, the author invites us to reflect on the challenges faced by the international economic and monetary order, and on possible scenarios for its further development. Although Paola Subacchi’s book does not develop any comprehensive solutions to the problems it identifies, it nevertheless can aid readers as they mull their own remedies for our struggling

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