Since its launch in June 2007, VoxEU.org has been propelled forwards by world-class economists writing research-based policy analysis and commentary on the world’s most pressing topics. This supply has been fortuitously met with a surging demand for more sophisticated analysis. Readership has tripled since Vox’s first birthday; now we regularly get over three million page views per month. As it turns out, economists around the world were looking for something more than what is usually found on blogs and newspapers.
Richard Baldwin, 28 June 2012
Stijn Claessens, Simon J Evenett, Bernard Hoekman, 23 June 2010
This Vox eBook aims to provide policymakers and their advisers with up-to-date, comprehensive analyses of the central facets of global economic imbalances and to identify and evaluate potential national and systemic responses to this challenge.
The Editors, 23 February 2009
Vox’s first compilation of columns on the crisis – what was called the Subprime crisis back then – was not the end of the story. Far from it. Since the publication of that volume in June 2008, the global crisis has both deepened and widened. Today, the editors are pleased to launch publication of the second volume of collected Vox columns edited again by Andrew Felton and Carmen Reinhart.
Carmen M Reinhart, Andrew Felton, 23 February 2009
A second compilation of Vox columns dealing with the ongoing crisis, in three parts: How did the crisis spread around the world? How has the crisis upended traditional thinking about financial economics? How should we fix the economy and financial system?
The Editors, 14 July 2008
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The Editors, 30 June 2008
One year and 444 columns later, Vox celebrates its first birthday by introducing new features including audio interviews with Vox authors, a conference and workshop listings service, and a weekly newsletter.