Nouriel Roubini's Global EconoMonitor

Archive for December, 2011

  • A Plea to Policymakers: We Can’t Risk Another Year of Delay

    From the Financial Times: For the last three years the world’s biggest economies – the US, eurozone and China – have been living up to the infuriating euphemism so beloved of policymakers: “kicking the can down the road”. They have been avoiding the tough decisions that are required to address their fundamental economic, financial and […]

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  • Fragile and Unbalanced in 2012

    From Project Syndicate: The outlook for the global economy in 2012 is clear, but it isn’t pretty: recession in Europe, anemic growth at best in the United States, and a sharp slowdown in China and in most emerging-market economies. Asian economies are exposed to China. Latin America is exposed to lower commodity prices (as both […]

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