Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Stephen S. Roach

Stephen S. Roach, former Chairman of Morgan Stanley Asia and the firm's chief economist, is a senior fellow at Yale University’s Jackson Institute of Global Affairs and a senior lecturer at Yale’s School of Management. He is the author of the new book Unbalanced: The Codependency of America and China.

Sort By
Newsart for China’s Growth Puzzle
Economics 7

China’s Growth Puzzle

Though China’s economy is now slowing, the significance of this is not well understood. The downturn has nothing to do with problems in other emerging economies; in fact, it is a welcome development. read more

Newsart for America’s False Dawn
Economics 4

America’s False Dawn

Financial markets and the so-called Davos consensus are in broad agreement that something close to a classic cyclical revival in the US economy may finally be at hand. But, while the celebration may… read more

Newsart for China’s Policy Disharmony
World Affairs 0

China’s Policy Disharmony

China was hardly lacking in policy pronouncements in the final months of 2013. Given the likely tradeoffs between strategy and tactics – that is, between long-term reforms and short-term growth – can … read more

Newsart for Occupy QE
Economics 10

Occupy QE

The Occupy Wall Street movement began two years ago this month, galvanizing attention to income and wealth inequality in the US and around the world. But, if anything, economic inequality has… read more

Newsart for The Global QE Exit Crisis
World Affairs 12

The Global QE Exit Crisis

The global economy could be in the early stages of another crisis – and, once again, the Federal Reserve is in the eye of the storm. As the Fed attempts to exit from its unprecedented policy of… read more

Newsart for Misreading Chinese Rebalancing
World Affairs 4

Misreading Chinese Rebalancing

China's economic slowdown has caused Western pundits to succumb, once again, to the “China Crash” syndrome. But, though the composition of Chinese GDP growth appears disconcerting, the rebalancing of … read more

Translations available in 11 Languages

  • ArabicArabic
  • ChineseChinese
  • CzechCzech
  • DutchDutch
  • EnglishEnglish
  • FrenchFrench
  • GermanGerman
  • ItalianItalian
  • PortuguesePortuguese
  • RussianRussian
  • SpanishSpanish