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The U.S. Federal Reserve and Shared Prosperity

How do we get a U.S. Fed that works for Main Street, not Wall Street?

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India’s Economy: Embedding the Next Steps into the FY 2015-16 Budget

How to shape the economic structures of the world’s second most populous nation.

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Greece’s Future After Grexit: Another Argentina? Or Mimicking the UK?

Euroskeptics have long provided a positive story of Greece after euro exit. Is it for real?

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Four Fallacies about the Greek Crisis

Four incorrect assumptions veil the truth about Greece’s economic situation.

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Greece Needs Growth, But How?

Will Syriza pursue real reforms to get the country growing?

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Rethinking How Economies Work

Europe can build better economies and societies. Progress is possible. But how?

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Notes From Athens: The Syriza Policy Illusions

The debate in Greece is too caught up on four major delusions.

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Can Modi Copy Deng?

India’s leadership needs to change, modeling China may be the answer.

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A Better Alternative to QE for Europe

Ben Bernanke’s helicopter drop: Money for citizens, not banisters.

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ECB: Pushing Europe over the Edge

Despite all the advertising, launching QE in Europe may well be counterproductive.

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