Vol. 27 Nbr. 4, September - September 2013
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- A surprising shrinking of U.S. federal work force.
- Japan's headache.
- Squeezing human capital.
- The prophets of scarcity.
- 'Vindictive' regulation.
- Did the tea party win?
- Good news/bad news.
- Obama's good news.
- The Italian stallion.
- Yellen's plea.
- 'Janet who?'.
- The challenge of a lifetime: the new Fed Chair will surely have her hands full.
- Financial risk is declining.
- Yellen's coming crisis.
- Is regulation, or the lack thereof, risking a second great financial crisis?
- Treasury's little buddy: the Federal Reserve's World War II-style monetary regime is both not working and producing extraordinary inequality.
- Lehman lessons: while regulation is important, we need a change in culture to prevent another crisis.
- What are the chances the United States becomes energy independent?
- Astonishing developments.
- The new protectionists: Lew's shrill criticism of Germany suggests the U.S. Treasury has been thoroughly politicized.
- Europe 1914 vs. monetary union today.
- Europe's Sputnik.
- The demand side of innovation: a new approach to higher productivity.
- Chinese option: anticipating the third plenum.