Federica Romei is a Fellow at Hertford College, Oxford and Associate Professor in Economics at Oxford University. Previously she has taught at the Stockholm School of Economics. She has also worked at the Centre for Economic Policy Research and the Banco de Espana.
Interviews with Federica Romei
Monetary Policy, Inflation, and the Business Cycle: An Introduction to the New Keynesian Framework and its Applications
by Jordi Gali
A Monetary History of the United States, 1867-1960
by Anna Schwartz & Milton Friedman
Inflation Targeting: Lessons from the International Experience
by Adam S. Posen, Ben Bernanke, Frederic S. Mishkin & Thomas Laubach
A Monetary and Fiscal History of Latin America, 1960–2017
by Juan Pablo Nicolini & Timothy J. Kehoe
The Conquest of American Inflation
by Thomas J. Sargent
Inflation has been under control in the developed world for decades now. Many assumed we had it beaten, but it has picked up recently and is once again a major policy concern. Here, Oxford economist Federica Romei chooses five books to help you understand inflation from a historical and theoretical perspective, and when, if and why you should worry about it.