Ricardo Reis is the A.W. Phillips Professor of Economics at the London School of Economics. Recent honors include the 2016 Bernacer prize for best European economist under the age of 40 working in macroeconomics and finance, and the 2017 Banque de France/Toulouse School of Economics junior prize in monetary economics, finance, and bank supervision for a researcher of any nationality based in Europe. Professor Reis is an academic consultant at the Bank of England and the Federal Reserve system. He directs the ESRC Centre for Macroeconomics in the UK and has published widely on macroeconomics.
Interviews with Ricardo Reis
Free Trade Under Fire
by Douglas A Irwin
A Monetary History of the United States, 1867-1960
by Anna Schwartz & Milton Friedman
The Liquidation of Government Debt (Economic Policy, Volume 30, Issue 82, April 2015)
by Carmen Reinhart & M. Belen Sbrancia
The Great Reversal: How America Gave up on Free Markets
by Thomas Philippon
Hard Head, Soft Hearts: Tough-minded Economics for a Just Society
by Alan S Blinder
As we deal with the economic fallout of coronavirus, what lessons can economic theory and economic history teach us as we navigate the months ahead? Ricardo Reis, professor of economics at the London School of Economics—and consultant to both the Bank of England and the Federal Reserve—recommends four books and one article to help us think through the economic challenges posed by Covid-19.