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The Post-Crisis Crisis

January 28, 2013

Joseph E. Stiglitz

An economic and political system that does not deliver for most citizens is not sustainable in the long run, says Nobel Laureate and Chazen Advisor Joseph E. Stiglitz.

Topics: United States, News Makers, Economic Policy, China, Asia, Europe, India, Africa | Read Article

“Things Aren’t as Bad as They Seem”

November 9, 2011

Sharon Kahn

The International Monetary Fund says the world economy isn't in dire shape — for now. But we risk implosion if we don't act.

Topics: The Middle-Income Trap, News Makers, Economic Policy, Asia, Europe, Global Investing | Read Article

Free Trade Isn't Free

October 24, 2011

Rebecca McReynolds

The trade agreements with South Korea, Panama, and Colombia that were signed into law on October 21 are being touted by proponents as a way to spur US job growth. But are they really?

Topics: Economic Policy, Asia, Latin America | Read Article

East vs. West: The Great Creativity Divide

September 7, 2011

Sharon Kahn

The stereotypes persist: East Asians conform, Anglo-Americans are individualistic cowboys. New research uncovers subtleties that employers can use to their advantage.

Topics: Your Career, Management, Asia | Read Article

Japan’s Economy: What Now?

March 28, 2011

As a nation begins to rebuild, Chazen Senior Scholar David Weinstein sizes up the likely impact to Japan’s fiscal growth prospects.

Topics: Economic Policy, Asia, Global Investing | Read Article

Renewable Energy: The Price Problem

March 25, 2011

Jennifer Lynch

Everyone agrees that green power is a good idea. But few power producers (or governments) want to foot the bill. Financial analyst Dan Potash finds a middle ground.

Topics: Economic Policy, Asia, Global Investing | Read Article

Exclusive Report: World Economies in 2011 and Beyond

February 11, 2011

The China growth miracle will continue, but one country could surpass it. A new report by the Chazen Institute offers surprising predictions for who the big winners will be in the coming decade — and which economies will be left behind.

Topics: United States, Economic Policy, China, Asia, Europe, Latin America, India, Global Investing, Africa | Read Article