Vol. 31 Nbr. 3, June - June 2017
- Going public.
- The truth behind America's growth story.
- A 50/50 stock bet.
- Complexity contest.
- Finally, some good news.
- Is the world at risk of the "Japan disease"?
- Don't downsize the fire brigade! The world's toxic combination of massive debt, mispricing of that debt, and other serious fault lines makes the International Monetary Fund more needed than ever.
- How risk-free is the global financial system? Too early to tell.
- How to fight anti-trade populism: long-time trade analyst Richard Katz speaks with C. Fred Bergsten, director emeritus of the Peterson Institute for International Economics and an important voice on global economic policy, about the populist backlash against globalization.
- Currency manipulation and the NAFTA renegotiation: with manipulation in remission, now is the time to add currency provisions to the agreement.
- The stagnation headache: Why are people holding back?
- The productivity puzzle: would better allocation of capital make a difference?
- The Eurozone is underrated: reforms are still needed, but the system works a lot better than the conventional wisdom maintains.
- A Brexit perspective: The United Kingdom will face slow growth with America's positioning within Europe weakened.
- Bye Bye, renminbi: the globalization of the RMB is truly over.