Stephen S. Roach

Stephen S. Roach is a senior fellow at the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs at Yale University. He was previously the Non-Executive Chairman of Morgan Stanley Asia.

China’s Global Role: The 2010 Perspective

Why does China have to step up and take the helm of global economic reform?

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China at the Crossroads

By continuing its economic rebalancing, China could increase the scale of its economy by trillions of dollars.

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America’s False Dawn

Is a classic cyclical revival finally at hand for the United States?

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Global Rebalancing: The U.S.-China Dimension

Can China successfully shift from export-led to consumer-driven growth? Can the United States learn to save?

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U.S. Political “Short-Termism” and National Economic Strategy

Why does it take a crisis to get the U.S. power structure to rethink economic stewardship?

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Rethinking U.S.-Chinese Relations

Does the United States have a China complex that might force it to take harsh steps against the Asian giant?

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Can the "China Miracle" Last? (Part I)

How long can China’s economy grow as rapidly as it is growing now?

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Financial Stability for Central Banks (Part II)

Should the G-20 create a global systemic risk manager?

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Financial Stability for Central Banks (Part I)

How can central banks be made more accountable?

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Central Banks in the Post-Crisis World

Should the central banking function be reviewed?

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