Barry Eichengreen

Opinion

- 11 POSTS

Rescaling China’s debt mountain

There is widespread agreement on two facts about the Chinese economy. First, the slowdown has...

Confronting the fiscal bogeyman

The world economy is visibly sinking, and the policymakers who are supposed to be its...

China’s exchange-rate trap

For months now, China’s exchange-rate policy has been roiling global financial markets. More precisely, confusion...

Reforming or deforming the Fed?

The silly season that is a presidential election campaign in the United States has taken...

Today’s productivity paradox

Recent trends in productivity growth make it hard to be optimistic about the future. In...

Is US monetary policy made in China?

For much of the year, investors have been fixated on when the Fed will achieve...

China’s forex follies

On August 11, China devalued its currency by 2% and modestly reformed its exchange-rate system....

The promise and peril of macroprudential policy

Central bankers continue to fret about frothy asset markets – as well they should, given...

Saving Greece, saving Europe

Barry Eichengreen, a professor at the University of California, Berkeley, and the University of Cambridge Whatever...

An economics to fit the facts

Barry Eichengreen Professor at the University of California, Berkeley, and the University of Cambridge The economics profession...

The Fed under fire

Barry Eichengreen Professor at the University of California, Berkeley, and the University of Cambridge The Federal Reserve...
Barry Eichengreen

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- 11 POSTS

Rescaling China’s debt mountain

There is widespread agreement on two facts about the Chinese economy. First, the slowdown has...

Confronting the fiscal bogeyman

The world economy is visibly sinking, and the policymakers who are supposed to be its...

China’s exchange-rate trap

For months now, China’s exchange-rate policy has been roiling global financial markets. More precisely, confusion...

Reforming or deforming the Fed?

The silly season that is a presidential election campaign in the United States has taken...

Today’s productivity paradox

Recent trends in productivity growth make it hard to be optimistic about the future. In...

Is US monetary policy made in China?

For much of the year, investors have been fixated on when the Fed will achieve...

China’s forex follies

On August 11, China devalued its currency by 2% and modestly reformed its exchange-rate system....

The promise and peril of macroprudential policy

Central bankers continue to fret about frothy asset markets – as well they should, given...

Saving Greece, saving Europe

Barry Eichengreen, a professor at the University of California, Berkeley, and the University of Cambridge Whatever...

An economics to fit the facts

Barry Eichengreen Professor at the University of California, Berkeley, and the University of Cambridge The economics profession...

The Fed under fire

Barry Eichengreen Professor at the University of California, Berkeley, and the University of Cambridge The Federal Reserve...