From the Fall 2015 issue
The German auto industry’s woes are a tip-off that German industry is unprepared for the future.
To what degree has the refugee situation put European integration at risk? Twenty noted policy experts offer their analyses, including Hannes Androsch, Jörg Asmussen, Michael Calingaert, Lorenzo Codogno, Marek Dabrowski, Sebastian Dullien, Barry Eichengreen, Mohamed A. El-Erian, Michael Emerson, Heiner Flassbeck, Daniel Gros, Gustav A. Horn, Martin Hüfner, Michael Hüther, Thomas Mayer, Philippe Riès, Holger Schmieding, Miroslav Singer, Klaus F. Zimmermann, and Criton M. Zoakos.
For the first time, the Chancellor’s leadership is in serious question.
TIE founder and editor David Smick recently sat down with former Treasury Secretary and Obama economic adviser Larry Summers to discuss the state of the world economy.
The world’s economic and financial systems are under enormous pressure. Sixteen noted observers offer their views on the most critical global and domestic financial and economic issues the next president must address in order to bring stability to the global system. Featuring commentary by Anders Åslund, Martin Neil Baily, Dean Baker, C. Fred Bergsten, Jared Bernstein, Bernard Connolly, Richard N. Cooper, Joseph E. Gagnon, James E. Glassman, George R. Hoguet, Gary Clyde Hufbauer, Desmond Lachman, Arthur B. Laffer, Greg Mastel, Jeffrey R. Shafer, and Criton M. Zoakos.
Get ready for a potential Category 5 energy hurricane, political instability included.
And necessary for China if the world is to avoid a new crisis.
Its manipulation of its World Trade Organization commitments is damaging the global trading system.
The opportunities and pitfalls of “killing three birds with one stone.”
The Federal Reserve’s struggle to normalize interest rates.
Insights into demographics, immigration, and income; and a remembrance of Chancellor Helmut Schmidt of Germany.
Trade, China, jobs, Dodd-Frank, and the gold standard.
Finance Minister Schäuble slams on the brakes.