Review: Monetary Policy after the Great Recession: The Role of Interest Rates – by Nikolay Gertchev

In his second book, Arkadiusz Sieron, Assistant Professor at
the University of Wroclaw, embarks on an ambitious task: to
investigate the failure of expansionary monetary policy to address
the challenges of the 2008–09 Great Recession. An introduction,
seven chapters and a final synopsis make up the main body of a
text that spreads over 168 pages. Two short six-page appendices
comment upon the likely future course of monetary policy and on
the fitness of interest-rate cuts to respond to the COVID-19 crisis.
An impressive forty-page bibliography, or about six hundred
references, and a ten-page index close the book

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