Tag Archives: Federal Reserve

From “Made in the USA” to “Made in China”

Why will Western economies have to wage an increasingly intense competition with the rest of the world for resources and capital?

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Message from Singapore: When the West Is No Longer in Control

What does Singapore’s finance minister, Tharman Shanmugaratnam, think about the future of the global economy?

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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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Brazil’s Potential in the Rousseff Era

Is Brazil’s recent success sustainable over the coming decade?

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Is It Global Weimar?

Must debt restructuring and reduction occur for the West’s economies to truly recover?

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U.S. Debt Should Be Downgraded to Below Japan’s

Why is Japan’s ability to pay down its debt much stronger than the United States’?

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When China Challenged America to Catch Mice

Has the United States ceded the art of pragmatism to the Chinese?

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Lula, Not Bernanke, for the U.S. Fed

How would Brazilian President Lula make a better U.S. Federal Reserve chairman than Ben Bernanke?

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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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