Sunday, May 1, 2016
  1. Economics

    Japan’s Economic Quandary

    Martin Feldstein
  2. World Affairs

    Roman Europe?

    Anatole Kaletsky
    World Affairs

    Roman Europe?


     touts Italy as the most promising source of European political and economic leadership.

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    As the EU disintegrates, Germany has shown that it cannot provide the leadership needed to save it. With the UK, France, and Spain unwilling or unable to take on the role, that leaves Italy, which is resuming its historic role as a source of Europe’s best ideas and leadership in politics, and also, most surprisingly, in economics. READ MORE

  3. Economics

    Don’t Do Stupid Economic Stuff

    Jean Pisani-Ferry
  4. Economics

    Saudi Arabia’s Reform Path

    Ishac Diwan

    Saudi Arabia’s Reform Path


     assesses the Kingdom's new "Vision 2030" plan to boost employment and productivity.

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    Nearly two years after oil prices began their precipitous decline, leading global producers are facing the prospect of major adjustments that will have far-reaching economic, social, and political consequences. In this context, how viable is Saudi Arabia new Vision 2030 plan for ensuring sustainable long-term growth? READ MORE

  5. Business & Finance

    The Next Global Boom – and Bust

    Simon Johnson

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