Should the financial crisis and the Great Recession lead to another major reassessment on macroeconomic theory and policy, as the Depression led to the Keynesian revolution? If so, what form should it, or will it, take? These questions are taken up in this book in a series of contributions by policymakers and academics.

For years after the financial crisis, the outlook for many small businesses was bleak. But then a new dawn of financial technology, or “fintech,” emerged. In Fintech, Small Business & the American Dream, former U.S. Small Business Administrator Karen G. Mills focuses on the needs of small businesses for capital and how technology will transform the small business lending market.

A strong dollar may well be only America’s problem

China and the EU are not likely to rush into a multilateral accord to lower the value of the dollar, argues Carmen Reinhart, Minos A. Zombanakis Professor of the International Financial System.