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David Vines

David Vines is professor of economics and fellow of Balliol College at the University of Oxford, and joint editor of a number of books on global economic governance. He and Peter Temin are coauthors of The Leaderless Economy: Why the World Economic System Fell Apart and How to Fix It.

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Comments on Paul Davidson’s “Full Employment, Open Economy Macroeconomics, and Keynes’ General Theory: Does the Swan Diagram Suffice?”

Paper Working Paper Series | | Feb 2016

This is a response to a critique by Paul Davidson of our 2013 book Keynes: Useful Economics for the World Economy and related work, where we describe, amongst other things, how the Swan diagram can be used to show how economies can use policy tools to achieve internal and external balance.

Fixing The Financial System: Adam Smith Vs. Jeremy Bentham

Article | Jun 9, 2015

How do we create a “change in culture”?

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Economists are Divided over Brexit

Article | Jun 19, 2016

Some predict global economic catastrophe if Britain votes to leave the EU, others foresee a more limited set of consequences — and some see a telling trend in the public ignoring economists’ warnings

The Long Road Back Toward Ethical Banking Practices

Video | May 20, 2015

How do we rebuild trust in financial services?

The Failure of the Euro

Video | Oct 7, 2013

This episode features David Vines of Oxford University talking about the euro crisis. Can the monetary union survive the crisis?