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  • Is Brazil Headed for Another Recession ?

    23 mai 2017, par Monica de Bolle
  • Book Launch : Banking’s Final Exam : Stress Testing and Bank-Capital Reform

    23 mai 2017, par Morris Goldstein, Tom Hoenig, Giovanni Dell'Ariccia
    The Peterson Institute for International Economics released its new book, Banking's Final Exam: Stress Testing and Bank-Capital Reform, by Morris Goldstein, PIIE nonresident senior fellow, on May 23, 2017. Following Goldstein's presentation, Tom Hoenig, vice chair at the Federal Deposit (...)
  • What Ten Million Simulations Tell Us about President Trump’s Chances of Achieving 3-Percent Economic Growth

    23 mai 2017, par Jason Furman
    President Donald Trump's budget is premised on the projection that the United States will be able to raise its long-run economic growth rate to 3 percent a year. This rate allows the budget to assume large tax cuts and still project a balanced budget after ten years. This long-run (...)
  • Peterson Institute Publishes New Book on Stress Testing and Bank-Capital Reform

    23 mai 2017, par Morris Goldstein
    May 23, 2017 new book published by the Peterson Institute for International Economics finds that financial regulatory authorities around the world need to do far more to strengthen the global banking system’s defenses against future financial crises. In Banking’s Final Exam: Stress Testing and (...)
  • Peterson Institute Publishes New Book on Stress Testing and Bank-Capital Reform

    23 mai 2017
    Washington—A new book published by the Peterson Institute for International Economics finds that financial regulatory authorities around the world need to do far more to strengthen the global banking system’s defenses against future financial crises. In Banking’s Final Exam: Stress Testing and (...)
  • The Malware Affair

    23 mai 2017, par Stephan Haggard
    North Korea’s cyber ventures have become a staple of this blog: from malicious activity such as the Operation Troy cyberespionage campaign (2013) and Dark Seoul attacks against the South (also 2013), through the Sony hack (2014), the notorious bank heists of 2016 and the recent resurfacing (...)
  • What Does China Want ? Part II : Taking up the Wang Yi Proposal and the China-DPRK War of Words

    22 mai 2017, par Stephan Haggard
    In a post last week, I reviewed the must-read Brookings brief from Fu Ying that outlines—at length—what might be called the official Chinese history of the North Korean nuclear crisis. The core message: Chinese cooperation hinges on a sincere effort on the part of the US to negotiate on the (...)
  • Currency Manipulation in the NAFTA Renegotiation

    19 mai 2017, par C. Fred Bergsten
    US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer has indicated that the Trump administration will seek to include the currency issue in the renegotiated North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and in any other trade agreements it might pursue. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross has also called for (...)
  • China Claims Coal Imports from North Korea Dropped to Zero in One Month

    19 mai 2017, par Kent Boydston, Melina Kolb
    There were over one million tons of coal imported from North Korea into China in February and none in March, claims China in its latest trade data. China made the surprise announcement of its plans in February to cut off all North Korea coal imports, signaling it was taking a harder line (...)
  • Non-proliferation and the Law-abiding World

    17 mai 2017, par Stephan Haggard, Kent Boydston
    Secretary Tillerson has promised tougher action in rounding up support for UN sanctions, even going so far as to suggest that secondary sanctions might be in the works. But as we have pointed out, such measures depend heavily on cooperation from jurisdictions that may be less than cooperative. (...)

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