Vol. 30 Nbr. 2, March 2016
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- Globalization update.
- Global Trumpism.
- If Brexit succeeds.
- Why China has a dollar-denominated debt problem.
- Brexit: the unintended consequences.
- Don't trust the European Union: American Presidents, beware!
- Disaster avoidance: how analytical, executive, and democratic deficits threaten the existence of the eurozone.
- Merkel's Brexit problem: for Germany, the stakes are high.
- Britain's great bet: wagering on the future of Europe.
- Europe's coming Civil War? The deep concerns of an Austrian expatriot.
- Good news for the Fed: wage inflation is beginning to turn up, but Yellen will still run the economy 'hot.'.
- The great too-big-to-fail debate: stick with Dodd-Frank or break up the banks?
- A global witches' brew: surviving a new world of debt, liquidity, corruption, money laundering, and social entropy.
- The return of 'irrational exuberance': the astounding similarities between the subprime housing and energy market bubbles.
- A false sense of global security? Follow the debt to the next financial crisis.
- Waiting for a Modi miracle: despite impressive growth figures, all is not well.
- Calling out China's mercantilism: American jobs are at risk.
- China's technology grab: shifting from being a technology taker to a technology licenser.