Stanford University professor proposes global 'rules of the game'
Abe government using questionable reading of history to support its economic policies
China worked together with African countries on SSDC to enhance self-development
Reform also involves society, politics, culture and ecology
Taxation structure is one of the reasons for the income inequality
Imbalances are structural, financial, institutional and systemic
Stability and sustainability are two vital ingredients as is structural reform
William M. Clarke and Robert Pringle select some amusing excerpts from a new history of the Bank of England.
Jacques de Larosière argues that monetary policy played a major role in the run-up to the financial crisis and that a new operational framework is needed
The timely infusion of government support has led to a resurgence in Asia that has caught observers off guard, argues Malan Rietveld
Blair Baker spoke to the governor of the Central Bank of Barbados about the how the crisis has affected the island economy and the challenges she faces
The decoupling hypothesis has been one of the casualties of the crisis, Martina Horáková argues
Marcus Miller surveys the challenges facing modern macroeconomics, and suggests ideas whose time may have come.
Macroeconomics is in crisis, but central banks can help improve the state of the art, argues Malan Rietveld
Emerging markets are feeling the pain of the credit crunch. But some are better placed to deal with the consequences, says Barry Eichengreen
Warren Coats surveys the contribution of the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority to the enhancement of the island economy’s reputation
Malan Rietveld looks at the possible economic policies and key appointments of the two presidential candidates in America
Marvin Goodfriend underlines the limits to what an appreciation of the Chinese currency would mean for the American trade deficit
The commonly held belief that Argentina ran a currency board from 1991 to 2002 is wrong, argues Steve Hanke
Jacques de Larosière puts the rising financial power of emerging markets in perspective and considers the implications for the international monetary system
Malan Rietveld looks at the dramatic penetration into the heart of the Western financial system by sovereign investors from emerging markets in recent months
The ever-increasing importance of China’s economic policymakers has led to intense scrutiny of the people behind the headlines. Andrew Peaple profiles the most important players
With just two months to go before both island economies join the euro, Justin Keay compares Malta’s smooth preparations with the more problematic case of Cyprus.
Klaus Regling looks at how economic-policy governance might evolve in the euro area