Pierre-Christian Fink is a visiting fellow at the Program on Law and Political Economy at Harvard Law School. He is a historical sociologist who studies rulemaking and rule evasion in the postwar US money market.

January 13, 2024


Moralizing Money

On Jakob Feinig’s “Moral Economies of Money”

Since 2021, inflation has featured as among the most salient issues in American public discourse, with voters actively awaiting pronouncements from the Federal Reserve. Inflation mattered in the 2022 midterm elections, and it looms large over the 2024 presidential election.…