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TPP: Three days after negotiations

Roundup of recent articles and statements related to the Trans-Pacific Partnership White House: Statement by the President on the Trans-Pacific Partnership China Daily: Experts see China...

Investor-State Dispute Settlement: too many secrets?

Investor-State Dispute Settlement (provisions allowing a foreign investor to seek money damages from a host government, through an arbitration proceeding) seem to be the most disputed...

Spanish economy: finally recovered?

One good story of this year appears to be that the Spanish economy is getting stronger. And yet, just like in many places across Europe, it...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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