Vol. 25 Nbr. 3, June 2011
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- Mindboggling change.
- When interest rates are too low.
- Why there are so few new jobs.
- Remembering a friend.
- Supersize me.
- Why Greece is in trouble.
- Dodd-Frank uncertainty.
- Trouble in paradise.
- Africa calling.
- Taxation in perspective.
- What globalization?
- White House jobs advisors.
- The limits of government activism: and the role of risk, liquidity, and speculation in a thriving economy.
- Why the dollar will weaken further: and without this decline, the U.S. economy is likely doomed.
- Has financial globalization peaked? A leading economics journalist offers a look behind the curtain.
- Is financial globalization beginning a process of reversal?
- The coming multipolar world economy: is the developed world prepared?
- Blundering to $300 per barrel: and the blame for the coming period of catastrophic energy price volatility will be widespread.
- Natural disasters: economically speaking, are they net contractionary or stimulative events?
- Economy, insure thyself: in today's era of natural disasters and economic crises, there is a better way to manage risk.
- Grand bargain: time for a second famous American dinner party.
- Getting to yes on trade: the first step is to establish an effective adjustment policy.
- Dombret speaks: an influential Bundesbank policy strategist offers his take on the IMF, hedge funds, the rating agencies, and the alleged design flaws in monetary union.
- Angela's amateur hour: after nearly wrecking monetary union through inaction, bumbling German Chancellor Merkel may have saved the eurozone despite herself.
- The eurozone crisis and German history: the lessons of Versailles.
- Only the beginning: Europe's mess is even bigger than it looks. And the culprit? The euro itself.
- Deception by the boatload: the shocking rise of the Chinese navy.