Dec 30, 2013

The distributional challenge

Assessing the recent past and looking forward to the near term may well be a necessary exercise when it comes to the global economy in 2013 and 2014.

Oct 21, 2013

America's reckless financial policy

The U.S. pattern of decision making (or nondecision making) on debt deadlines has already created additional risk and will surely be reflected in upward pressure on interest rates.

Aug 5, 2013

End of China's exuberance

Chinese authorities' acceptance so far of a slowdown in economic growth is a good sign of investment opportunities ahead that were absent in the more exuberant past.

May 29, 2013

The Sino-American decade

Beyond the bilateral benefits, the rest of the global economy depends on Chinese and U.S. leadership — in terms of growth and global economic coordination.

Sep 26, 2012

Hard truths about global growth

The world’s high-income countries are in economic trouble, mostly related to growth and employment, and now their distress is spilling over to developing economies. What factors underlie today’s problems, and how appropriate are the likely policy responses? The first key factor is deleveraging and ...