Vol. 28 Nbr. 1, January - January 2014
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- Why the Euro remains a relatively strong currency.
- French fried.
- Policy by cliche.
- Welcome to the late nineteenth century: the glass-is-half-empty view of today's economy.
- Hit Putin where it hurts: sell the strategic petroleum reserve.
- China under attack: an economy amazingly vulnerable to bad news.
- Flying blind: how shadow banks in emerging markets have become the global economy's greatest threat.
- Improving the euro.
- The professor of passivity: three lessons for Mario Draghi.
- A better EMU blueprint: the current system is 'conceptually incomplete and functionally ineffective.'.
- Draghi's German nightmare: and tensions could worsen.
- Yellen's long journey: a transition fraught with risks.
- Diversity now: at it celebrates its 100th birthday, the Federal Reserve needs some reexamining.
- Guidance counselors: the Taylor Rule and the Fed's forward guidance.
- Fed politics: the congressional heat on the U.S. central bank is about to intensify.
- Turkey's Volcker moment: snuffing out structural inflation.
- Shinzo Abe: the underachiever: his country has deep structural problems he has failed to adequately address.
- China's reform agenda: a victim of its own success.
- Currency protectionism: the greatest trade impediment facing America.