Journal articles and reports:
A Comparison of Monetary and Fiscal Policy Interaction under “Sound” and “Functional” Finance Regimes, Metroeconomica, 2018. With Arjun Jayadev
The Political Economy of Financialization in the US, Europe and India, Development and Change, 2018. With Arjun Jayadev and Enno Schroeder
A New Direction for the Federal Reserve: Expanding the Monetary Policy Toolkit, Roosevelt Institute, 2017. With Mike Konczal
What Recovery? The Case for Continued Expansionary Policy at the Fed, Roosevelt Institute, 2017
Review of Reardon 2014, The Handbook of Pluralist Economics Education. Review of Keynesian Economics, 2017.
Mapping India’s Finances: Sixty Years of Flow of Funds. Economic and Political Weekly, 2017, Vol. 52, No. 18. With Arjun Jayadev and Amay Narayan.
Dealing with the Trade Deficit, in Untamed: How to Check Corporate, Financial and Monopoly Power, Roosevelt Institute, 2016
The Post-1980 Debt Disinflation: An Exercise in Historical Accounting. With Arjun Jayadev. Review of Keynesian Economics, 3 (2015): 314-335.
Loose Money, High Rates: Interest Rate Spreads in Historical Perspective. With Arjun Jayadev. Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 2015
Understanding Short-Termism: Questions and Consequences. Roosevelt Institute, 2015
An Agenda to End Short-Termism. With Mike Konczal and Amanda Page-Hongrajook. Roosevelt Institute, 2015
Disgorge the Cash: The Disconnect Between Corporate Borrowing and Investment. Roosevelt Institute, 2015
Fisher Dynamics in Household Debt: The Case of the United States, 1929-2011. With Arjun Jayadev. American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics, August 2014.
The Tax Adequacy Problem of the New England States. With John Miller. Political Economy Research Institute. 2014
Strange Defeat: How Austerity Economics Lost All the Intellectual Battles and Still Won the War. With Arjun Jayadev. Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. 68, No. 32, August 10, 2013.
The Evolution of State-Local Balance Sheets in the US, 1953-2013. With Arjun Jayadev and Amanda Page-Honngrajok.
Selected popular writing:
The Disruptors, in Jacobin. With Seth Ackerman
Review of Wilson, Destructive Creation, in Dissent
A Cautious Case for Economic Nationalism, in Dissent
Socialize Finance, in Jacobin
The Fed Doesn’t Work For You, in Jacobin
Disgorge the Cash!, in The New Inquiry
In Defense of David Graeber’s Debt, in Jacobin
What Are the Bankers Up To?, in Jacobin
A Brief History of the Federal Reserve, in Economics for the 99 Percent, Center for Popular Economics
The Big Idea: Tax Evasion, in City Limits
The Big Idea: The Flattering Tax, in City Limits
The Big Idea: Tax the Street, in City Limits
Three Scenes from a Bull Market, in The Baffler
Review of Buhle, Taking Care of Business, and Parker and Gruelle, Democracy is Power, in The Boston Review
Review of Mills, Letters and Autobiographical Writings, in In These Times
Review of Hardt and Negri, Empire, in In These Times
The Buses Don’t Stop Here Anymore: Sick Transit and How to Fix It, in The American Prospect
Review of Jameson, Brecht and Method, in In These Times
Review of Amis, Night Train, in In These Times
Review of Parenti, Lockdown America, in The American Prospect