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Investor-state dispute settlement: Truce on the horizon?
In June 2014, Michel Barnier predicted at the Peterson Institute that the EU and U.S. will find common ground on ISDS in 2015. During the...
17 May 2015
Tragedies and Recoveries
David Brooks wrote in his column today that the U.K. and Germany are the success stories of Europe: After the financial crisis, there was a...
12 May 2015
Nine perspectives on quantitative easing
Global Impact and Challenges of Unconventional Monetary Policies; IMF Policy Paper The paper definies unconventional monetary policies (UMP) of two types: policies to restore market functioning...
21 April 2015
Nine items of the day, April 16, 2015
Two conversations (though not a dialogue) happened across the street at Brookings. Schauble spoke first, then Varoufakis. Both videos Summary from Ambrose Evans-Pritchard Slovak finance minister...
16 April 2015
Are you satisfied with the way things are going in your country?
George Gao from Pew Research recently pointed out that American respondents stand out from other advanced economies because they are significantly more likely to say they...
04 April 2015
Global debt has increased by $57 trillion
That is quite a take-away from the panel that included: Susan Lund, McKinsey Global Institute Karen Dynan, assistant secretary for economic policy at the US Treasury...
19 February 2015
Greek Tragedy: Where are we in 2015?
After the elections in Greece in early 2015, Paolo Mauro and I felt that the situation on Greece was often covered in the news without sufficient...
11 February 2015
Fiscal policy and taxation
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