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  • Investor-State Dispute Settlement: Unfair to Whom?

    16 January 2018, by Gary Clyde Hufbauer
  • A Look under the Hood of the Precoalition Deal in Germany

    16 January 2018, by Jeromin Zettelmeyer
    Three and a half months after German voters dealt a setback to Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democrats (CDU), its Bavarian sister party, the Christian Social Union (CSU), and their coalition partners, the Social Democrats (SPD), the three parties have concluded a preliminary deal that (...)
  • Mixed Reviews for the Single Resolution Board

    16 January 2018, by Nicolas Véron
    The establishment in 2015 of the Single Resolution Board (SRB), a new agency of the European Union, is one of the most significant European banking reforms of recent years. The SRB was set up to quickly resolve banks that are failing or likely to fail, as part of a wider effort to break the (...)
  • Corporate Tax Reform Favors Domestic Production, Not US Multinationals

    12 January 2018, by Gary Clyde Hufbauer, Zhiyao (Lucy) Lu
    The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA) signed into law by President Donald Trump in December slashed the US corporate tax rate from 35 to 21 percent, starting January 1, 2018. The new law makes the United States a more attractive place for both US and foreign firms to do business. But for (...)
  • The New Era of Chinese Economy and China’s Financial Opening-Up

    11 January 2018, by Xiao QIN, Justin Yifu Lin, Chad P. Bown, Nicholas R. Lardy, Dong HE, Haizhou HUANG, Olivier Jeanne, Adam S. Posen, Yiping HUANG, Tim Adams, Joseph E. Gagnon, Shanwen GAO, Jiming HA, Gary Clyde Hufbauer, Jeffrey J. Schott
    The Peterson Institute for International Economics (PIIE) and the China Finance 40 Forum (CF40) held the PIIE-CF40 Third Annual China Economic Forum on “The New Era of Chinese Economy and China’s Financial Opening-up” on January 11, 2018. The first panel, “Interpreting the ‘New Era’ of (...)
  • 2018 Geneva Report on the World Economy

    10 January 2018, by Ugo Panizza
    Professor Ugo Panizza of the Graduate Institute in Geneva, presented the findings of the 2018 report Geneva Report on the World Economy, “And Yet It Moves: Inflation and the Great Recession,” on January 10, 2018, at the Peterson Institute for International Economics. The Geneva Reports on the (...)
  • Beijing’s Grip on Internet Finance Is Tightening

    9 January 2018, by Martin Chorzempa
    The days of laissez-faire are numbered for financial technology companies in China. For more than a decade, entrepreneurs like Alibaba and Tencent have had freedom to innovate and run vast networks of new internet-enabled business models, taking advantage of a regulation-free environment (...)
  • Trade Talks Episode 18: Brexit – Sectoral Analyses or Impact Assessments?

    9 January 2018, by Soumaya Keynes, Chad P. Bown
  • Asia Society Panel on the Alliance and North Korea

    6 January 2018, by Stephan Haggard
    In mid-December I participated on a panel at the Asia Society in San Francisco on the theme of "Trump, Moon and the 'Ironclad' Alliance: Responding to North Korea’s Nuclear Ambitions." Introduced by Tom Gold (UC Berkeley) and moderated by Margaret Conley, the panel included (...)
  • The Significance of Small Gestures: The Decision on Military Exercises

    5 January 2018, by Stephan Haggard
    The PyeongChan Winter Olympics open on February 9 and close February 25. Last year, the Foal Eagle military training exercise began on March 1 and ran for about two months. The year before that, the largest and most visible of the joint Key Resolve and Foal Eagle exercises in years also kicked (...)

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