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Central bankers’ telling tales

© REUTERS Robert Shiller has spent a significant chunk of his career lamenting the reluctance of his fellow economists to take the influence of narratives on economic events seriously. In this nice clip, which provides a snapshot of his latest book — Narrative Economics — the Yale professor says: “We need to study narratives much as ...

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