Vol. 31 Nbr. 1, January - January 2017
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- Could the Trump greenback become a problem?
- Last man standing?
- The passing of a friend.
- What are China's global economic intentions?
- The great betrayal: how America's elites are failing to confront the challenges of trade politics.
- How Trump views trade: it's more than economics..
- The trade debate (continued): but where to gofrom here?
- Yellen's swan song: the U.S. economy is in good shape.
- Six million jobs.
- Big fat zero.
- How to fix the fed: the ineffectiveness of the U.S. central bank's credit policy.
- Schumpeter and keynes: secular stagnation as seen by the Austrian school.
- European turnaround Plan: in this excerpt from their new book, economists Anders Aslund and Simeon Djankov lay out the steps for an additional one percent growth.
- How Merkel will Integrate a million refugees: separating Trump fiction from the facts.
- The case for rejuvenating the G-20: the time to act together is now.
- Trump's border-adjusted tax: how Europe would react.
- A case for a border-adjusted tax: not as bad as you think.