Europe

Turkey's Hot-Money Problem

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Bilge Erten and José Antonio Ocampo |  April 4, 2014
Domestic regulations and monetary-policy tools should be viewed as complements to — not substitutes for — capital-account management
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One Europe, One Banking System

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Sharon Kahn |  March 26, 2014
Could it happen? What are the benefits and obstacles? Two prominent Euro economists go head-to-head.
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Lessons from Portugal

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Sharon Kahn |  March 9, 2014
Former Finance Minister Vítor Gaspar opens up about his resignation last summer and the hope he still holds for his economically challenged country
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5 Bons Mots from Glenn Hubbard

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March 1, 2014
Glenn Hubbard, the dean of Columbia Business School, separates the known from the unknowable
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Driving Aston Martin

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Sharon Kahn |  December 11, 2013
It takes a certain cachet to build a car for James Bond. Ulrich Bez, the CEO of Aston Martin, describes how he keeps Aston Martin über-cool.
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New Chazen Report: Corruption Still Rampant in Emerging Economies

Chazen India Insights
November 11, 2013
A new survey of business leaders around the globe reveals deep suspicion about the ability of government to handle economic problems.
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Five Years in Limbo

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Joseph E. Stiglitz |  |  October 31, 2013
Five years after Lehman Brothers collapsed, no one can claim that prosperity has returned
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Women and the World Economy

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Christine Lagarde |  November 3, 2013
Christine Lagarde, head of the IMF, says the glass ceiling is only part of the gender inequality problem. The broader question: do women have the same opportunities to participate in labor markets in the first place?
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Emerging Markets: Nirvana Lost

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Andres Velasco |  October 10, 2013
For emerging markets, nirvana is over; but, in some cases, their citizens have no inkling of the suffering that may be upon them, says the former finance minister of Chile and a visiting professor at Columbia University.
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The Transatlantic Free-Trade Imperative

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Alfred Gusenbauer |  June 27, 2013
The former chancellor of Austria lays out a case for a free-trade agreement between the United States and the European Union. The barrier: many Europeans tend to overemphasize risk when assessing opportunities.
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