Adam Tooze, Professor at Columbia University, spoke on 28 October 2021 about the role of central banks after Covid-19, also contributing to the ongoing debate about the mandate of the ECB.
|Adam Tooze holds a chair of History at Columbia University and acts as Director of the European Institute. He published several books on economic history, recently a comprehensive analysis of the Great Financial Crisis (Crashed: How a Decade of Financial Crises Changed the World). He is also a regular contributor to The Guardian, Foreign|
Policy and the London Review of Books. Adam Tooze’s next book will analyze the impact of the pandemic on the world economy (2020: A Global Crisis Like No Other). He is also working on a historical political economy of the climate crisis, provisionally entitled Carbon.
Named by Foreign Policy Magazine as one of its top Global Thinkers of the decade in 2019 he has also written extensively on the issue of central banking.
IPSOpionion aims at bringing together members of IPSO and employees of the ECB with high-profiled politicians, researchers and activists. Due to the pandemic it is hosted as a webinar.