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  • Global Imbalances and the Trade Slowdown

    22 de febrero de 2018, por Caroline Freund
    From the mid-1990s until the financial crisis, global trade grew twice as fast as global income, far faster than in previous or subsequent periods. During this period of rapid trade growth, global current account imbalances also expanded rapidly. If excess savings in some countries financed (...)
  • Rebuilding Macroeconomic Theory

    22 de febrero de 2018, por David Vines, Olivier Blanchard
    David Vines, emeritus professor of economics at Oxford University, made a presentation on “Rebuilding Macroeconomic Theory” at the Peterson Institute on February 21, 2018. Olivier Blanchard, the Institute's C. Fred Bergsten Senior Fellow, responded with his own commentary on macroeconomic (...)
  • Trade Talks Episode 24: The Trump Administration Views Trade as National Security Threat

    21 de febrero de 2018, por Soumaya Keynes, Chad P. Bown
  • Positive Signs in European Labor Markets in 10 Charts

    20 de febrero de 2018, por Jacob Funk Kirkegaard
    The European Commission estimates the euro area economy grew at 2.5 percent in 2017, an upward revision of its previous estimates, suggesting that the pattern will continue in 2018. This trend is at least one percentage point above reasonable estimates of the euro area’s potential growth rate. (...)
  • Why Has the Stock Market Risen So Much Since the US Presidential Election?

    16 de febrero de 2018, por Olivier Blanchard, Christopher G. Collins, Mohammad R. Jahan-Parvar, Thomas Pellet, Beth Anne Wilson
    Immediately following the US presidential election in November 2016, many economists were concerned that increased uncertainty over economic policy would lead to a decline in the US stock market. From the time of the election to the end of 2017, however, the stock market, as measured by (...)
  • Trade Talks Episode 23: Did Protectionism Make America Great?

    15 de febrero de 2018, por Chad P. Bown, Soumaya Keynes
  • Stephan Haggard on Vice President Pence in Korea

    14 de febrero de 2018, por Stephan Haggard
    While on pause, we are posting commentary that Marc Noland and Steph Haggard are writing on the peninsula. The latest edition is an analysis by Stephan Haggard NKNews on Vice President Trump’s Olympic foray. Much of the coverage has been negative, and with some reason. But in the end, any (...)
  • Charting Europe’s Path Forward

    13 de febrero de 2018, por Jacob Funk Kirkegaard, Adam S. Posen, Jeffry Frieden, Anna Gelpern, Jérémie Cohen-Setton, Caroline Fohlin, Nicolas Véron, Jeromin Zettelmeyer, Mahmood Pradhan
    The Peterson Institute for International Economics (PIIE) held a conference on “Charting Europe’s Path Forward” on February 13, 2018. The euro area and broader EU economies will continue to perform very well, and the continent’s political calendar gives voters a break from major elections. (...)
  • Stephan Haggard on Developmental States

    13 de febrero de 2018, por Stephan Haggard
    While on pause, we are posting commentary and new work by Marc Noland and Stephan Haggard on the Korean peninsula. Both of us cut our teeth on the political economy of the region, with Haggard's first book— Pathways from the Periphery —detailing the transition to export-led growth in the (...)
  • Should the United States Sanction Venezuelan Oil?

    12 de febrero de 2018, por Monica de Bolle

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