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Blogs - Feb 2013

Complacency in a Leaderless World by Joseph Stiglitz
Mon, 2013-02-11 11:15
In the last 25 years, we have moved from a world dominated by two superpowers to one dominated by one, and now to a leaderless, multi-polar world. While we may talk about the G-7, or G-8, or G-20, the more apt description is G-0. We will have to learn how to live, and thrive, in this new world.

Our Children’s Economics by Barry Eichengreen
Mon, 2013-02-11 20:15
Many analysts today believe that economics will not change significantly in the next 20 years, despite the flaws revealed by the recent financial crisis. This presumption is almost certainly mistaken, for it reflects the same error made by scholars of technology who argue that all of the radical breakthroughs have already been made.

The Battle of the Bond Benchmarks by Jeffrey Frankel
Mon, 2013-02-11 20:20
Some prominent institutional bond investors are shifting their focus from traditional benchmark indices, which weight countries’ debt issues by market capitalization, toward GDP-weighted indices. But there is a risk that some investors could lose sight of the purposes of a benchmark index.


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