From the Summer 2014 issue
The economic policy world is in stark intellectual disagreement. Featuring commentary by Jörg Asmussen, Jacques Attali, Martin Neil Baily, Dean Baker, Laurence M. Ball, Michael J. Boskin, Charles W. Calomiris, Richard N. Cooper, Howard Davies, Joseph E. Gagnon, José De Gregorio, J. Bradford DeLong, Sebastian Dullien, Mohamed A. El-Erian, Peter R. Fisher, James E. Glassman, David D. Hale, Richard C. Koo, John H. Makin, Jim O’Neill, Hans-Werner Sinn, Jürgen Stark, and William R. White.
Can both sides be right?
How rescue funds to southern Europe have financed the purchase of German goods.
In July, TIE founder and editor David M. Smick sat down with Axel Weber, former Bundesbank President and Chairman of the Board of UBS.
The currency rests on two questionable premises.
Is the ECB’s new bank supervision role in trouble?
For Europe, the time is drawing near.
A vigorous defense of Dodd-Frank.
Contingent convertibles should be part of financial reform efforts.
A peek inside the unreal world of economic analysis.
Only in rare cases are they powerful.
A tale of two economies, and signs a bubble economy is growing.
Economist Norman Bailey argues that if innovation leads to prosperity for the owners of capital, then make more employees owners through employee stock ownership plans and community investment trusts.