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  • Book Release: The Paradox of Risk: Leaving the Monetary Policy Comfort Zone

    19 de octubre de 2017, por Ángel Ubide
    Ángel Ubide, former Institute senior fellow, will present the main findings of his new book published by PIIE, The Paradox of Risk: Leaving the Monetary Policy Comfort Zone , on October 19, 2017. Ubide argues that most Western economic policymakers have dogmatically adhered to the (...)
  • 为什么中国打击密码货币和ICO?

    19 de octubre de 2017, por Martin Chorzempa
    前言: 相比与之相似的IPO过程,ICO具有更广泛的概念。常见的ICO模式是销售数字代币,这种代币可以代表新开放的虚拟货币,产品或服务的权益,或资产所有权,并且它的范围之广,可以从 黄金储备到立陶宛约会服务 。投资者使用比特币或以太币这两种加密货币来投资ICO 项目。ICO融合了产品的预售,众筹以及投机性投资,这表示它可能同时处于不同的监管领域之下。 ICO是一个新兴现象,第一次受到高度关注是DAO,一个去年五月发起的去中心化的自治组织,。The DAO 旨在将资金投入新型的投资工具。但是黑客成功偷走了原有投资者的资金(以太币的形式)[1]。这类高度受人关注的活动不可避免地引起了监管者的注意...
  • Henry Sokolski’s Underestimated: Our Not So Peaceful Nuclear Future

    19 de octubre de 2017, por Stephan Haggard
    Looking for a good, short read on the current nuclear challenges we face? Henry Sokolski, Director of the Nonproliferation Policy Education Center (NPEC) and with a decade of experience at DoD, has produced a second edition of Underestimated: Our Not So Peaceful Nuclear Future . Not only is (...)
  • New PIIE Book Reassesses Policymakers’ Insufficient Response to the Financial Crisis

    19 de octubre de 2017, por Ángel Ubide
    Washington—An exaggerated fear of inflation and of policy failure among central bankers hampered their efforts to revive global prosperity after the financial crisis through the global economic slump, according to a new book published by the Peterson Institute for International Economics (...)
  • The Paradox of Risk: Leaving the Monetary Policy Comfort Zone

    19 de octubre de 2017, por Ángel Ubide
    For decades, economic policymakers have worshipped at the altar of combating inflation, reducing public deficits, and discouraging risky behavior by investors. That mindset made them hesitate when the global financial crisis erupted in 2007–08. In the face of the worst economic disaster in 75 (...)
  • Writing About North Korea

    18 de octubre de 2017, por Marcus Noland
    I was recently invited to appear on a panel hosted by the Korea Economic Institute on media coverage of North Korea. Such invitations are ego-gratifying but then the anxiety sets in about actually having anything to say. But the prospect of public humiliation concentrates the mind. You can be (...)
  • Technology Transfer via Intellectual Returnees in China’s Solar Industry

    16 de octubre de 2017, por Mary E. Lovely
    The Trump administration has placed a high priority on investigating alleged Chinese efforts to steal intellectual property by forcing US companies to share their secrets if they wish to do business within China. In August, with great fanfare, the administration invoked Section 301 of the Trade (...)
  • Making Sense of Iran Decertification

    16 de octubre de 2017, por Stephan Haggard
    It’s Monday, and I am once again trying to figure out what US policy on a crucial national security problem is exactly. Last Monday it was the question of whether negotiations were pointless or not. This week it is Iran decertification. The president’s decertification does not in itself have (...)
  • Trade Talks Episode 7: Tariffs, Subsidies, and Not-So-Friendly Skies

    13 de octubre de 2017, por Soumaya Keynes, Chad P. Bown
  • Hawaii Prepares for Nuclear War

    13 de octubre de 2017, por Marcus Noland
    Careful readers of this blog may recall that Hawaii is my second home. When I was back in the summer, I was surprised by the level of anxiety over the possibility of a North Korean nuclear attack. As I wrote at the time, much like in the movie “Jaws,” there was a split by those that felt (...)

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