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Discover PSL Quarterly Review: A Gateway to Economic Insight and Reform

Embark On An Engaging Expedition Through Economics And Economic Policy

Prepare to embark on a captivating expedition through the dynamic realms of economics and economic policy as we introduce you to PSL Quarterly Review. This esteemed open-access electronic journal breaks free from tradition, embracing diverse perspectives and fuelling thought-provoking debates. Get ready to delve into a journey that invigorates the study of economics with fresh perspectives and rigorous analysis!

PSL Quarterly Review is far from ordinary; it stands as a trailblazer, fearlessly welcoming contributions from all fields and research paradigms within economics. With a commitment to inclusivity, it weaves together a rich tapestry of ideas from brilliant minds around the globe. The journal’s mission is to provide an inclusive platform for spirited discussions on economic theory and policy, inviting scholars and researchers to push the boundaries of knowledge.

Current Issue (Vol. 76 No. 304, March 2023)

Now, let’s dive into the captivating current issue of PSL Quarterly Review. Brace yourself for a riveting lineup of articles that challenge the status quo and explore critical economic issues. The first research article, “Exploitation of Natural Resources and the Low-Carbon Switching of Techniques inside Linear Production Schemes” by Gianmarco Oro, takes you on a captivating journey where ecological macroeconomics and economic analysis intersect. This groundbreaking work sheds light on the socio-economic impact of ecological crises and the urgent need for a sustainable energy transition.

Venturing further, the second research article, “Household Indebtedness in the European Union Countries: Going Beyond the Mainstream Interpretation,” co-authored by Ricardo Barradas and Inês Tomás, dares to question conventional wisdom. It unravels the complex web of macroeconomic factors influencing household indebtedness in European Union countries, challenging prevailing notions and providing fresh insights.

And then, get ready to be enthralled by the fascinating world of cryptocurrencies in the third article, “Democratizing Money? The Role of Cryptocurrencies.” Authored by Jacopo Temperini and Marcella Corsi, this research article explores the potential of these digital wonders to revolutionize the financial landscape and promote financial inclusion. Delve into the intricacies of Bitcoin, altcoins, stablecoins, and central bank digital currencies as the authors unlock the possibilities for true democratization of money.

Special Section

The current issue also features a special section with research by Robert Guttmann titled “Can We Reform Capitalism for Its Own Good? A Roadmap to Sustainability.” This article offers a thought-provoking exploration of capitalism’s reformability and its potential to address the pressing challenges of instability, inequality, and environmental degradation. The authors provide a roadmap rooted in sustainable development and global public goods, shedding light on the transformative potential of reform.

PSL Quarterly Review stands as a vibrant platform for economists, policymakers, and researchers alike, fostering crucial debates and shaping the future of economic analysis and policy. Stay tuned for more stimulating articles, diverse perspectives, and groundbreaking research as the journal remains at the forefront of economic discourse.

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To access the current issue of PSL Quarterly Review, visit: https://rosa.uniroma1.it/rosa04/psl_quarterly_review/issue/view/1656


PSL Quarterly Review. (n.d.). Rosa.uniroma1.It. Retrieved May 19, 2023, from https://rosa.uniroma1.it/rosa04/psl_quarterly_review/index‌

Oro, G. (2023). Exploitation of natural resources and the low-carbon switching of techniques inside linear production schemes. PSL Quarterly Review, 76(304). https://doi.org/10.13133/2037-3643/17838

Barradas, R., & Tomás, I. (2023). Household Indebtedness in the European Union Countries: Going Beyond the Mainstream Interpretation. PSL Quarterly Review, 76(304). https://doi.org/10.13133/2037-3643/17894

Temperini, J., & Corsi, M. (2023). Democratizing money? The role of cryptocurrencies. PSL Quarterly Review, 76(304). https://doi.org/10.13133/2037-3643/17967

Guttmann, R. (2023). Can we reform capitalism for its own good? A roadmap to sustainability. PSL Quarterly Review, 76(304). https://doi.org/10.13133/2037-3643/18094

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