Vol. 33 Nbr. 4, September 2019
- The European Picture.
- Times Have Changed.
- That Elusive Soft Landing: And the Fed's difficult circumstances.
- Could the U.S. Economy Be Experiencing a Hidden Tech-Driven Productivity Revolution? More than twenty important thinkers consider the question.
- Inflation Bogeyman: Hibernating or exaggerated threat?
- A Terribly Risky Time: Capitalism itself could be at stake.
- Introducing Europe's New 'Power Women': Can they succeed?
- Short Commute.
- The Great Debate: The ECB's policies have failed to deliver, according to eight former central bankers. Look at the eurozone economy and the weakness of its banks, they say in this public memorandum.
- The Empire Strikes Back: The former central bankers' memorandum omits three major ECB successes, according to Mario Draghi's predecessor, Jean-Claude Trichet.
- Digital Currency Headache: Goodbye to the dollar's ability to further national interests.
- Reducing Poverty: The big picture.
- Why People Are Angry: Traditional measurements miss the larger story.
- The Implications of Oil's Surprising Collapse: The new threats are global warming, fracking, and electric vehicles.
- The Central Bank of Oil.
- Shrinking Pie: The ugly world for Venezuela's creditors.
- The German View: A 'Count Dracula' has sucked the life out of German savers.