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Norman, Mike Wall Street criminality out of control!., 2012.
Black, William K. The War against the Regulatory Cops on the Bank Beat. New Economic Perspectives, 2012.
Kelton, Stephanie What Happens When the Government Tightens Its Belt? (Part I). New Economic Perspectives, 2011.
Kelton, Stephanie What Happens When the Government Tightens Its Belt? (Part II). New Economic Perspectives, 2011.
Arnade, Chris What I Learned After 100,000 Miles On the Road Talking to Trump Supporters. The Guardian, 2016.
Kelton, Stephanie What if They’re Both Wrong? An Insider’s Look at Washington's Battle Over Debt and Deficits., 2016.
Pilkington, Philip, and David Graeber What is Debt? – An Interview with Economic Anthropologist David Graeber. Naked Capitalism, 2011.
Innes, Mitchell. "What is Money?" The Banking Law Journal (1913).
Black, William K. When Fragile becomes Friable: Endemic Control Fraud as a Cause of Economic Stagnation and Collapse. IDEAS Workshop: Financial Crime and Fragility under Financial Globalization. Delhi, India, 2005.
Chan, Connie When One App Rules Them All: The Case of WeChat and Mobile in China. Andreessen Horowitz, 2015.
Essex, Martin. "Who Warned About the Euro First?" The Wall Street Journal (2012).
Black, William K. Why aren’t the honest bankers demanding prosecutions of their dishonest rivals?. Naked Capitalism, 2011.
Rezende, Felipe Why Does Brazil's Banking Sector Need Public Banks? What Should BNDES Do?. Levy Economics Institute, 2015.
Varoufakis, Yanis Why is Europe Dithering? Our Politicians Caught in a Classical Buridian Conundrum. Thoughts for a Post-2008 World, 2011.
Harvey, John T.. "Why Our Current National Debt Is Not The Largest in History." Forbes (2012).
Antonopoulos, Rania, et al. Why President Obama Should Care About "Care": An Effective and Equitable Investment Strategy for Job Creation. Public Policy Brief. Levy Economics Institute, 2010.
Harvey, John T.. "Why the Government Should Not Be Run Like a Business." Forbes (2012).
Kelton, Stephanie Why You and I Can't Spend More Than We Bring In, But the Government Can - And Probably Should., 2011.
Harvey, John T.. "Why You Should Learn to Love the Deficit: Federal Budget Fallacies." Forbes (2011).
Rojer, Rebecca R. The World According to Modern Monetary Theory. The New Inquiry, 2014.