At the beginning of August The Scotsman published a review of my latest book The Cost of Free Money (July 2020, Yale University Press). As more reviews are steadily coming in, I thought it would make sense to create one place where they can be accessed easily. You can find the list below, which I’ll update as needed.
- The Cost of Free Money was named one of the Best Economics Books of 2020 by the Financial Times; “Subacchi, an expert on global financial and monetary systems, lucidly describes the failings of the international monetary “non-system” that emerged after the collapse of the Bretton Woods system in the 1970s, the dominance of the dollar, and the need to restore a co-operative and global monetary and financial order.” (Martin Wolf, 17 November 2020)
- “The problem with economic globalisation is not, as many leftists have it, free trade, but rather the free movement of capital, argues economist Paola Subacchi.” Money Week (Matthew Partridge, 28 August 2020)
- “With so much uncertainty surrounding the new lay of the economic land, and the behaviour of those with key roles in shaping it, this book offers some well-presented solutions, formulated with fairer outcomes firmly in mind.” The Scotsman, Book review: The Cost Of Free Money – How Unfettered Capital Threatens Our Economic Future, by Paola Subacchi (Emma Newlands, 2 August 2020)
- “A well-researched, valuable book about the structural causes of macroeconomic imbalances, written with great sensitivity.” ACEMAXX-ANALYTICS, The Cost of Free Money (Ben Dispinar, 5 July 2020)
- ACEMAXX-ANALYTICS, Interview: Paola Subacchi, Queen Mary University of London (Ben Dispinar, 10 July 2020)
You can also read a preview of the book on Google Books here.