February 25, 2019, Michael Mandelbaum
Europe's Self-Inflicted Disaster
The aptly-titled, clear written, and highly informative EuroTragedy: A Drama in Nine Acts by Ashoka Mody illuminates the euro's flawed origins, the counter productive way that Europe's political and eoncomic leaders have managed it, and its dismal prospects for the future.

January 8, 2019, Philip Turner
Book Notes: EuroTragedy by Ashoka Mody
Brilliant and biting. Ashoka Mody tells the story elegantly...he has a fine eye for the telling quote.

January, 2019, Ferdi De Ville
A technical fix to the euro's original sin? Review of Ashoka Mody’s EuroTragedy: A drama in nine acts 
Tour de force. Cold-blooded economic analysis with a passionate critique.

October 21, 2018, Jonathan Story
American and the World: Part III. The Crash of 2008 and Eurotragedy
I must confess that I agree entirely with Mody.

September 1, 2018, Hans Kundanini
EuroTragedy: A Drama in Nine Acts
Mody's book is one of the most coherent histories of the euro.

August 17, 2018, Andrew Moravcsik
EuroTragedy: A Drama in Nine Acts
Best history of the eurozone crisis...admirable detail.

August 15, 2018, Ruy Teixeira
All the Cool Kids Are Reading Ashoka Mody's EuroTragedy: A Drama in Nine Acts!
That's right, don't miss out.

August 6, 2018, Martin Sandbu
EuroTragedy: A Drama in Nine Acts
Such a good eye for what is economically important.

August 5, 2018, Christopher Caldwell
Let the Whorehouse Burn
Authoritative new history of [Europe's] currency.

August 4, 2018, Ben Chu
Eurotragedy by Ashoka Mody, review
A supremely authoritative telling of a sad tale of hubris.

July 29, 2018, Dominic Lawson
Bring back the D-Mark
Immensely valuable.

July 26, 2018, Andrew Stuttaford
A March of Folly
Convincing. Frequently disturbing.

July 10, 2018, David Shirreff
EuroTragedy-A Drama in Nine Acts by Ashoka Mody
There's an old proverb: "The road to hell is paved with good intentions."

July 7, 2018, Patrick Honohan
Eurotragedy review: What Europe got wrong in the euro crisis, by a troika insider
The errors in official Europe's attempts to deal with the euro-area crisis are richly documented in Ashoka Mody's new book, Eurotragedy. His thoroughly research story is lively and full of detail.

July 4, 2018, Edward Hadas, Reuters News
BREAKINGVIEWS-Hadas: The Euro is not doomed
A new book by Ashoka Mody, "Eurotragedy: A Drama in Nine Acts", presents the gloomy case particularly well.

June 21, 2018, Brendan Keenen
Politics created the euro-will they doom it as crack spread?
The dramatic idea of creating political union through a currency has instead stoked bitterness and contempt between creditor and debtor member states.

June 2, 2018, Simon Wren-Lewis
A Euro Tragedy
This book is a comprehensive and impressive history of the creation and subsequent performance of the Eurozone, and one of the few books on the subject where I find myself nodding in agreement most of the time.

June 1, 2018, Mathew Partridge
Book of the Week: A history of the Euro
It is currently one of the leading works on the subject and one of the few that conveys some of the passion and urgency surrounding the issue.