From the Spring 2006 issue
For most of the last decade, global strategists have fixated on China’s potential to become a global economic powerhouse. But has India been given short shrift?
The story the World Bank and other agencies don’t want you to know.
Forget Schumer-Graham. This new U.S. legislation has already spawned a strange new renaissance of IMF reform proposals. Can protectionism be cured?
In an article in our last issue, global strategist Philip Verleger predicted a coming scenario of $100 oil, 5 percent inflation, and a coming recession. Question: How disruptive would $80–$100 oil be to the U.S. and global economies? TIE asked three important experts.
Washington’s most trusted independent political analyst sets the scene.
A long-time Washington political and policy strategist, in an open letter to the likely Republican presidential candidate, offers this advice: Create a New Reagan Majority.
The consequences of a left-wing win in July’s elections could be greater than financial markets think.
TIE asked this distinguished policymaker for his final defense of the European Central Bank’s two-pillar strategy.
A former policy insider outlines the disturbing trend.
Seeking new ways to measure inflation.
The reform road is still bumpy, so forget full RMB convertibility anytime soon.