This blog’s mission is educational. It aims at raising students’ and professionals’ awareness and appreciation of the most consequential effect of the global financial and economic crisis: The new shifting paradigm of monetary economics. And its future powerful consequences on public policy.

About the Author

Andrea Terzi is a Professor of Economics at Franklin University Switzerland, and a Research Associate at the Levy Economics Institute of Bard College, NY. He also lectures on Monetary Economics at Catholic University in Milan, Italy. His current research focuses on central banking, monetary operations, macro financial accounts, and the effects of monetary and fiscal policy on private savings and aggregate demand, work that builds on his earlier research on the thought of John Maynard Keynes.

Courses I teach at Franklin University Switzerland

  • Issues and controversies in macroeconomics
  • Money, banking, and financial markets
  • International banking and finance
  • Special Topics: The monopoly theory of public currency

INET 2015 Presentation

The Eurozone crisis: A debt shortage as the final cause, INET Annual Conference, New Economic Thinking: Liberté, Égalité, Fragilité, Panel “The Eurozone crisis: Fiscal profligacy or capital flows as final causes”, Paris, 11 April 2015

Selected short articles

Selected academic articles

Selected articles in Italian