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Roubini Topic Archive: Macroeconomy

  • The Great Backlash

    In the immediate aftermath of the 2008 global financial crisis, policymakers’ success in preventing the Great Recession from turning into Great Depression II held in check demands for protectionist and inward-looking measures. But now the backlash against globalization – and the freer movement of goods, services, capital, labor, and technology that came with it – […]

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  • Nouriel Roubini Speaks at NYFA 2013: Is Africa’s Robust Growth Sustainable?

    Over 600 business and political leaders gathered recently in Libreville, Gabon, to debate and help shape Africa’s road map. RGE Chairman Nouriel Roubini shared his perspective on what the future holds for this region and provided policy guidance. As attendees looked at whether the increasingly robust economic growth in Africa is sustainable, Roubini talked about […]

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  • Roubini and Bremmer on Charlie Rose: Unveiling New Abnormal

    After the Great Recession, commentators have espoused their idea of the “New Normal”—a post-growth era of stagnant developed economies. But is it so simple? Nouriel Roubini and Ian Bremmer appeared on Charlie Rose to discuss their take on what the new paradigm will be like. Roubini differentiated what he is calling the “New Abnormal”: “Our point […]

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  • De-Risking Revisited

    Until the recent bout of financial-market turbulence, a variety of risky assets (including equities, government bonds, and commodities) had been rallying since last summer. But, while risk aversion and volatility were falling and asset prices were rising, economic growth remained sluggish throughout the world. Now the global economy’s chickens may be coming home to roost. […]

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  • Nouriel at Davos: Global Tail Risks Remain

    Speaking with CNN’s Poppy Harlow at Davos, RGE Chairman Nouriel Roubini reiterated the biggest outlying risks to the global economy: U.S. fiscal woes, the eurozone sovereign debt crisis, a potential China hard landing, and geopolitical risk in the Middle East. Nouriel argued that the worst scenario need to materialize for a meaningful impact on global […]

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  • Fiddling at the Fire

    Financial markets have rallied since July on the hope that the global economic and geopolitical outlook will not worsen, or, if it does, that central banks stand ready to backstop economies and markets with additional rounds of liquidity provision and quantitative easing. So, not only has good – or better-than-expected – economic news boosted the […]

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  • American Pie in the Sky

    From Project Syndicate: While the risk of a disorderly crisis in the eurozone is well recognized, a more sanguine view of the United States has prevailed. For the last three years, the consensus has been that the US economy was on the verge of a robust and self-sustaining recovery that would restore above-potential growth. That […]

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  • ‘Roubini’s Devastating Diagnosis’ – Freeland File (Full Video Interview – 16:49)

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  • Roubini Reuters Videos on Global Perfect Storm and Europe’s Slow Motion Train Wreck

    Reuters — Roubini: Euro crisis a “slow motion train wreck” – Freeland File (4:26)   Reuters — Roubini: “Global perfect storm” looms – Freeland File (2:17)

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  • Roubini Bloomberg Video: 2013 Global Perfect Storm May Surpass 2008 Crisis

    July 7 (Bloomberg) — Nouriel Roubini discusses “greedy” bankers, the euro-zone crisis and risks facing the global economy in 2013. He speaks in Aix-en-Provence, France, with Bloomberg Television’s Caroline Connan.  

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