Top Globalist Research Center Features of 2009
What were the ten most thought-provoking features presented by The Globalist Research Center in 2009?
December 31, 2009
|1.||Fiscal Policy and Inequality: Latin American Lessons for the U.S.
How much reduction in inequality can, or should, the United States expect to achieve through fiscal policy?
|2.||China's Instability Paradox
Why is China pursuing oil resources in unstable countries without regard for the political risk entailed?
|3.||Financial Stability for Central Banks
How can central banks be made more accountable?
|4.||Globalization and Grassroots Democracy
How can Latin America guarantee that globalization translates into political equality for all citizens?
|5.||The Green New Deal as a Transatlantic Challenge
How can we transition to greener and cleaner transatlantic economies?
|6.||The Case for a Carbon Tax to Control Climate Change
Why would a carbon tax create more stable energy prices than a cap-and-trade mechanism?
|7.||Integrity and Fiscal Stimulus
How can governments prevent the siphoning of public funds for private gain?
|8.||Designing Economic Policy for a Second-Best World
What are the main causes of the economic crisis?
|9.||The China Checklist
What are some common myths about U.S.-China relations?
|10.||Regional Voices in Global Governance: A Natural Progression
How will forums such as the G-20 and the G-8 evolve to become more inclusive?