International economics

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Why did some countries recover faster than others?

A list of readings on post-crisis recovery: Olivier Blanchard: Slow growth is a fact of life in the post-crisis world Carmen M. Reinhart and Kenneth S....

Contributions of metropolitan areas to GDP

Good to see that the Slovak economy is not as Bratislava-centric as one might have thought. Much of the debate is Slovakia is about the urgent...

The EU and the G-20

The G20 and the EU: A Win-Win Game The EU in the G20 represents all EU Member States. As some EU Member States are also G20...

Updating tax policies after Panama Papers

Communiqué: G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors Meeting: "We mandate the OECD working with G20 countries to establish objective criteria by our July meeting...

State of the global economy

Kenneth Rogoff: The Fear Factor in Global Markets A big enough hit to China’s growth or to Europe’s financial system could certainly tip the...

United Kingdom's trade with the rest of Europe

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China's opening to trade

A striking passage from C. Fred Bergsten's comment published in 2004 in Development challenges in the 1990s: leading policymakers speak from experience, edited by Tim Besley:...

China's Belt and Road Initiative

PIIE BRIEFING 16-2: China's Belt and Road Initiative: Motives, Scope, and Challenges: China's commercial ties with the outside world have long been symbolized by the ancient...

Happening in China - February 2016

China central bank resumes easing cycle to cushion reform pain | Reuters European Chamber of Commerce in China: Overcapacity in China Xinhua: China inaugurates national R&...

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