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At Davos, Chinese President Xi Jinping announced that China would be the world’s new champion of globalization. Is President Xi being delusional, cynical, or forthright as developed economies turn toward more populist, inward-focused leadership?
Featuring comment by Hannes Androsch, Anders Åslund, C. Fred Bergsten, Kent E. Calder, Diana Choyleva, Richard N. Cooper, W. Bowman Cutter, Marek Dabrowski, Mansoor Dailami, Andrew DeWit, Barry Eichengreen, Mohamed A. El-Erian, Milton Ezrati, James K. Galbraith, James E. Glassman, Carla A. Hills, George R. Hoguet, Gary Clyde Hufbauer, Richard Jerram, Gary N. Kleiman, Hongyi Lai, Nigel Lawson, Kishore Mahbubani, K. Philippa Malmgren, Catherine L. Mann, Robert A. Manning, Joseph S. Nye, Jim O’Neill, William H. Overholt, Daniel H. Rosen, Il SaKong, Daniel Twining, Laura D’Andrea Tyson, and Friedrich Wu.
How America’s elites are failing to confront the challenges of trade politics.
It’s more than economics.
The Trade Debate (Continued)
But where to go from here?
The U.S. economy is in good shape.
How to Fix the Fed
The ineffectiveness of the U.S. central bank’s credit policy.
Schumpeter and Keynes
Secular stagnation as seen by the Austrian school.
European Turnaround Plan
In this excerpt from their new book, Europe's Growth Challenge, economists Anders Åslund and Simeon Djankov lay out the steps for an additional one percent growth.
Separating Trump fiction from the facts.
The Case for Rejuvenating the G-20
The time to act together is now.
Trump’s Border-Adjusted Tax
How Europe would react.
A Case for a Border-Adjusted Tax
Not as bad as you think.
From the Founder
Could the Trump Greenback Become a Problem?
Off the News
The passing of a friend: Hans Tietmeyer (1931–2016), and will Jared Kushner be the last man standing?