Add changes in technology, macroeconomics and geopolitics to the virus, and it becomes clear why we face a turbulent year Over the last half-century the
Adam joins David on Macro Musings to discuss the COVID-19 crisis, the Eurozone, and the future of central banking. Specifically, Adam and David break down
Where We are Headed:War Economics and the Crisis: a Conversation between Adam Tooze and Nicholas Mulder. Conversation about the global economic response to the current
Watch the video above or listen to the recording below. Adam joined Tyler to discuss the historically unusual decision to have a high-cost lockdown during
Watch the video, read the transcript, or listen to the audio at RealVision. Professor Mark Blyth and Professor Adam Tooze explore how coronavirus is laying
The idea of a negative price for any commodity is outlandish, implying the seller is prepared to pay a buyer. But for oil, the largest
In mid-April, in a normal year, American citizens rush to finish their tax returns, and the world’s financial elite gathers in Washington, D.C., for the
In the third week of March 2020, while most of our minds were fixed on surging coronavirus death rates and the apocalyptic scenes in hospital
“Whatever it takes” is the mantra of the moment. Hammered out to an audience of Eurosceptic hedge fund managers at the height of the 2012
The world after the coronavirus crisis: Professor Adam Tooze speaks to Menaka Doshi.
We used to think that the 2007-2008 financial crisis set the standard for a savage global shock. But that crisis took more than 12 months
As politicians and parliaments struggle with the economic catastrophe brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, central banks have reached for the playbook of the 2008
As the coronavirus crisis has intensified, the turmoil in financial markets has awakened memories of 2008. At the weekend, along with announcing an interest rate
In May 2018, President Donald Trump restructured and downsized the pandemic preparedness unit. Of course, it seems ill-judged in retrospect. But he was not the
A look at the global situation and the bigger threats we face. Italy, Germany, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Argentina, Russia, Trump vs. the Fed, the US
A conversation with Lauren Foster at the CFA Institute discussing Crashed: How a Decade of Financial Crises Changed the World.
A three part discussion of Crashed : How a Decade of Financial Crises Changed the World, with Thomas Piketty and the Paris School of Economics.
In the grand European political reshuffle of 2019, it turned out that Christine Lagarde was the answer to the conundrum of who should replace Mario