From the Spring 2007 issue
With the narrowing of risk spreads in an era of increasingly interconnected markets and more efficient risk management, is the IMF’s role still relevant?
What's in a name?
Why the American housing credit crisis is worse than you think.
Why New York is losing out as the world’s financial center.
How emerging markets use U.S. anti-dumping law…against America.
Financial lessons from the late-February 2007 hiccup.
The notion that the Asian economies have somehow insulated themselves from the United States is nonsense.
Why a big Chinese currency appreciation alone won’t cut America’s trade deficit.
The dangers of the game of extrapolation.
A Washington insider offers the lay of the land. Hu’s up, Hu’s down in U.S. China policy.
Is a refurbished U.S-Franco relationship in the cards?
And why the “Club Med” remains less enthralled.
Idle hands are the Devil’s workshop.
Economically speaking, other than oil nothing else is happening.
One of the Plaza Accord’s behind-the-scenes players offers his insights.