Vol. 30 Nbr. 4, September - September 2016
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- The Great Convergence.
- What wall?
- Change reigned.
- Dark days.
- New tools for central bankers?
- Trump and the independence of the Fed: will the new president follow up on his campaign rhetoric?
- Greenspan revisited: David Smick speaks with Sebastian Mallaby, author of The Man Who Knew: The Life and Times of Alan Greenspan.
- Italy's lost decade: is Italy the world's new Greece?
- Deutsche bank robbery: the makings of a financial disaster, a bank morphs into a hedge fund.
- The global China worry: but are we worrying about the wrong risk?
- Whom do today's financial markets serve? Time for a fundamental discussion of our vision of markets.
- A tragedy worthy of Shakespeare: the looming financial crisis as a result of oil's collapse.
- Redefining protectionism: the new challenge in the digital age.
- Trump on trade: not as far out of the mainstream as you'd think.
- End the conspiracy of silence: my response to Richard Katz.
- Bad trade talk: the rhetoric of economic nationalism is counterproductive.
- The free trade boosters: had there been more nuanced trade discussion all along, the barbarians would not be at the door.
- Not all forms of capitalism are created equal.