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Chinese Exchange rate, the US current account deficit, and the Global imbalance
Chinese Exchange rate, the US current account deficit, and the Global imbalance
Authors analyze the Chinese exhange rate, US current account deficit, and consideration of a more aligned and flexible RMB exchange rate. By Dr. Jinzhao Chen and Dr. Xingwang Read More...


IMF: Their Firewalls, Our Money
IMF: Their Firewalls, Our Money
Have Lagarde's actions taken the IMF too far? By George A. Pieler and Jens F. Laurson. (World Policy Blog, 05/15/2012) Read More...


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Waiting for Copernicus
Maybe that long-heralded “end of the Washington consensus” is finally upon us. By John Feffer (05/08/2012, Foreign Policy in Focus) Read More...


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After Austerity
The pain that Europe, especially its poor and young, is suffering as a result of its leaders’ willful ignorance of the lessons of the past is entirely unnecessary. By Joseph E. Stiglitz (Project Syndi... Read More...


When Election Rhetoric Works Against the Common Good
When Election Rhetoric Works Against the Common Good
Authors discuss disturbing impacts of election rhetoric on economic freedoms. By George A. Pieler & Jens F. Laurson. (Forbes, 04/12/12) Read More...


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Rio Plus 20: What Prospects for the Next UN Mega-Conference?
The question looming at Rio is whether the voluntary, bottom-up approach to global environmental governance will show any more promise. By Stewart M. Patrick (03/30/2012, Council on Foreign Relations) Read More...


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Does Austerity Promote Economic Growth?
Judging by the evidence that we have, austerity programs in Europe and elsewhere appear likely to yield disappointing results, writes Robert J. Shiller (02/18/2012, Project Syndicate) Read More...


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Resilient People, Resilient Planet: A Future Worth Choosing
UN Secretary-General's High-level Panel on Global Sustainability presents its report containing 56 recommendations to put sustainable development into practice and to mainstream it into economic polic... Read More...


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Latest European Export: Taxes
Authors discuss why the IMF should not give in to the European Union's recent plea for monetary help, especially in light of the EU's proposed carbon-emission charges on foreign air carriers and a fin... Read More...


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Made in China, the End of Western Dominance?
Paper that explores the decline of the West and the emergence of the BRICs economies. In this essay, I tend to focus on the role of technological innovation and democracy to (former/current/emerging) ... Read More...


Only the Free Market Can Save Europe
Only the Free Market Can Save Europe
Authors say there is an oversupply of doomsday op-eds dealing with all matters Europe, EU, and the Euro—terms often used interchangeably, if wrongly; and argue for Economic integration through open tr... Read More...


Turkish Delight: Commercial Opportunities in Turkey’s Growing Economy
Turkish Delight: Commercial Opportunities in Turkey’s Growing Economy
The world's fastest growing economy: Turkey? Author examines Turkey's economic growth. By Ryan Barnes. (09/03/2011) Read More...


The Missing Sound Economic and Political Fundamentals of the Debt Ceiling Deal
The Missing Sound Economic and Political Fundamentals of the Debt Ceiling Deal

Author provides analysis of the US debt ceiling deal. By David A. Hollingsworth.

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IA Forum Interview: Dr. Joseph E. Gagnon
IA Forum Interview: Dr. Joseph E. Gagnon
IA Forum discusses policies of the Fed and ECB as they look to address complexities of economic recovery with Dr. Joseph E. Gagnon, Peterson Institute of International Economics. (07/28/2011) Read More...


IA Forum Interview: Dr. Laurence J. Kotlikoff
IA Forum Interview: Dr. Laurence J. Kotlikoff
IA Forum discusses central bank issues and the economic recovery with Dr. Laurence J. Kotlikoff. (07/28/2011) Read More...


Not Your Mother’s Central Bank
Not Your Mother’s Central Bank
An analysis of the Fed and ECB along with TARP and QE. Have Central Bank principles been lost? By George A. Pieler & Jens F. Laurson. (07/24/2011) Read More...


The Forum (Summer 2011 issue): The EU
The Forum (Summer 2011 issue): The EU
Our latest edition of The Forum features commentary and interviews from international experts discussing EU Security and The ECB, the Fed, and Economic Recovery. Read More...


IA-Forum Interview: Dr. Viral V. Acharya
IA-Forum Interview: Dr. Viral V. Acharya
Dr. Viral V. Acharya (New York Univ.) discusses monetary policies of the ECB and Fed toward addressing the financial crisis and economic recovery. (07/06/2011) Read More...


Are 'Systemically Important' Institutions Too Big To Fail?
Are 'Systemically Important' Institutions Too Big To Fail?
Authors argue institutionalizing TARP won't make financial firms more secure. By George Pieler and Jens F. Laurson. (first published in Forbes, 05/25/2011) Read More...


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China’s African investments: Who benefits?
LILONGWE, Malawi Artcile on China's long term strategic foreign policy regarding Africa, and it's consequences. ( TradeReform, 03/28/2011) Read More...


IA Forum Interview: Dr. Viral V. Acharya
IA Forum Interview: Dr. Viral V. Acharya
IA-Forum speaks with Dr. Viral V. Acharya about his book, Regulating Wall Street: The Dodd-Frank Act and the New Architecture of Global Finance. ... Read More...


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European sovereign debt crisis wake up call for US?

Author argues that the US should look at Europe to avoid an economic disaster. By Andy Langenkamp. (02/25/2011)

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China: What's Next
China: What's Next
Special report looking ahead at China's economy, policies, and relations. (The Diplomat, 02/20/2011) Read More...


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The Democratic Attack on Free Trade Agreements
Author critiques Democratic efforts against Free Trade Agreements. By Erik Lindell. (01/04/2011) Read More...


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The World Bank’s Palm Oil Mistake
Article analysing the World Bank's support of palm oil cultivation in Nigeria's economy. By THOMPSON AYODELE (The New York Times, 10/15/2010) Read More...


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Africa's untapped investment potential
By Ernest Harsch Article on the strength and weaknesses of Africa's investment environment. (Africa Recovery, Vol.13#2-3, 09/99, page 26 ) Read More...


The Forum Fall 2010 Issue: Migration
The Forum Fall 2010 Issue: Migration
Fall Issue of The Forum, featuring experts from around the world discussing economic, regional, and general issues surrounding Migration. (11/09/2010) Read More...


Why Africa is the Next Destination
Why Africa is the Next Destination
Author provides positive analysis for African development and proposes changes that must be made as well. By Eugene Nyambal. (11/04/2010) Read More...


The Use of Randomized Controlled Trials in Development Economics
The Use of Randomized Controlled Trials in Development Economics
Author analyzes benefits and criticsms of randomized controlled trials, specifically as applied to development economics. By Issac Hur. (10/10/2010) Read More...


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Immigration, Policy-Oriented Evaluation of Benefits and Costs for Developed Countries
Paper reviews the principal policy implications involved by the process of immigration for the developed countries. By Alexandra Dobra. (10/06/2010) Read More...


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