Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Ashoka Mody

Ashoka Mody is Visiting Professor of International Economic Policy at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University and a visiting fellow at Bruegel, the Brussels-based economic think tank. He is a former mission chief for Germany and Ireland at the International Monetary Fund.

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Newsart for Europe’s Deepening Muddle
Economics 5

Europe’s Deepening Muddle

German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble recently called for EU treaty changes to create a European budget commissioner, among other things. But, while Schäuble’s strategy may sound appealing, it… read more

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World Affairs 12

The Looming Lost Decade

The GDP numbers for the third quarter of 2013 are in, and it looks like the world economy will end the year with a whimper. Indeed, the global economy remains stuck in low gear, because the… read more

Newsart for A New Greek Test for Europe
Economics 5

A New Greek Test for Europe

Greece’s debt crisis may have been pushed off the world's front pages, but it has not gone away. Indeed, the upcoming decision on the next round of Greek aid threatens to break the mold on the scale… read more

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World Affairs 6

Misreading the Global Economy

Over the last three years, the IMF's economic forecasts have repeatedly proved to be overly optimistic. The problem is rooted in a misdiagnosis of the global economy's problems, including the impact… read more

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Business & Finance 3

Rolling the Dice in Cyprus

The task was never going to be an easy one: impose losses worth about €5.8 billion on lenders to the Cypriot government and depositors with the country’s banks. And now the rejection of that effort… read more

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