Vol. 29 Nbr. 1, January - January 2015
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- Brain drain.
- What's wrong with this picture?
- Silent debt explosion.
- Who loses with cheap oil?
- Why Europe is in trouble.
- Remembering the late Karl Otto Pohl: President of the Bundesbank, 1980-1991.
- How dangerous is Vladimir Putin?
- Europe's crisis point: without changes, monetary union will inevitably collapse and the euro disappear.
- How to revive the Euro economy: begin with a one-time devaluation of the weaker economies followed by structural reforms.
- The sadness of Karl Otto Pohl's legacy.
- Europe's keynesian dream: a neo-classical recipe for a neo-classical problem.
- No cheers for the Bundesbank: German policies are hurting ... Germans.
- The rise of Petro exuberance: how oil today is in straits similar to those of the late-1970s U.S. economy.
- Oil bonanza: good news for the world.
- Accidental currency war: the new race to the bottom.
- "Lehman Brothers squared": what's at stake with Greece.
- Europe's risky moment: the ugly consequences of a Greek exit.
- Emerging market dilemma: the paradox of global capital flows.