We spoke to Glen Weyl, one of the authors of Radical Markets, about the book, how his thinking has evolved, and what's happened to their ideas in the real world since the book was published in May, 2018.
Professor Ashoka Mody, a former deputy director of the IMF's Europe department, charts the history of the EU's single currency from the birth of an idea in the 1960s, to its creation at the end of the century and the 2008-13 financial crisis, which brutally exposed the currency's weaknesses.
Oscar: A Life by Matthew Sturgis is an authoritative and highly readable biography of the Irish-born playwright and wit Oscar Wilde (the last biography was published 30 years ago). In 2019, Oscar: A Life was shortlisted for the prestigious Wolfson History Prize.
Globalizing Capital by economist Barry Eichengreen is now in its third edition, updated to include the global financial crisis, the Greek bailout, the Euro crisis and the rise of China as a global monetary power.