News 2019 | News Archive

In talks with Europe, China has shown willingness to compromise but will it make good on its commitment? Philippe Le Corre, South China Morning Post, April 14

The IRS chief must release Trump's tax returns--and Mnuchin must not stop him. Lawrence H. Summers, The Washington Post, April 9

The EU-China summit isn't going to be very cordial. Philippe Le Corre, CNBC, April 9

Attention Washington: Brussels is Getting Tough on China. Philippe Le Corre, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, April 8

Canada's establishment of an office of Ombudsperson for Responsible Enterprises (PDF). John Ruggie, April 8

Childhood vaccination: Testimony for the House Committee on Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies (PDF). Scott Ratzan et al, April 5

Do the Results of the EU Better Regulation Program Match Its Ambitions? Elizabeth Golberg, The Regulatory Review, April 1

Harvard's Paul Sheard Discusses the Latest Parliament Vote on Brexit (video). Paul Sheard, Bloomberg, March 31

UK to EU: Reopen the Withdrawal Agreement! Paul Sheard, Briefings For Brexit, March 31

Why 'no deal' Brexit could morph into 'many deals' future. Paul Sheard, Financial Review, March 27

A broader tax base that closes loopholes would raise more money than plans by Ocasio-Cortez and Warren. Lawrence H. Summers, The Boston Globe, March 27

Most CEOs Don't Have a Global Health Strategy. That Needs to Change. Peter Sands, Fortune, March 25

Unclear how China's Belt and Road plan would unfold in Italy (video). Philippe Le Corre, CNBC, March 22

Chinese companies must Europeanize for Europe. Philippe Le Corre, Nikkei Asian Review, March 22

Donald Trump and Xi Jinping are missing a trick over trade. Jeffrey Frankel, The Guardian, March 22

Alan Krueger helped make life better for millions who will never know his name. Lawrence H. Summers, The Washington Post, March 21

It's time to strengthen the regulation of crypto-assets. Timothy Massad, Brookings, March 18

Xi's Visit to Europe and China as a "Systemic Rival" (podcast). Philippe Le Corre, Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy, March 18

Mr. Xi's European Tour is Response to US-China Rift. Philippe Le Corre, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, March 18

Secular Stagnation Blog. Lawrence H. Summers, March 16

Brexit has become a Monty Pythonesque joke. Camilla Cavendish, Financial Times, March 15

Italy's Risky China Gamble. Philippe Le Corre, The Diplomat, March 14

Jason Furman's report, Unlocking digital competition, Report of the Digital Competition Expert Panel. Read more coverage here and here. March 13

On falling neutral real rates, fiscal policy, and the risk of secular stagnation. Lawrence H. Summers, Brookings, March 7

The risk to our economy from secular stagnation. Lawrence H. Summers, The Washington Post, March 7

States are failing on vaccinations. The federal government must lead. Scott Ratzan, The Washington Post, March 7

The left's embrace of modern monetary theory is a recipe for disaster. Lawrence H. Summers, The Washington Post, March 4

How a second Brexit referendum could be won — and lost. Camilla Cavendish, Financial Times, March 1

Trump Administration Warns Chinese Tech Giant Is A Security Threat. Philippe Le Corre (interview), NPR, February 27

Risky Retirement Business. Carmen Reinhart, Project Syndicate, February 26

Should Bold Ideas Drown Out Old Ideas? Jeffrey Frankel, Project Syndicate, February 25

No More 'Truth Decay'--It's time to stand up against anti-vaxxers. Scott Ratzan, MedPage Today, February 18

What Green New Deal advocates can learn from the 2009 economic stimulus act. Joseph Aldy, The Conversation, February 15

Amitabh Chandra elected to the National Academy of Social Insurance, February 14

Book talk on China's Crisis of Success (video). William Overholt, Center for Strategic and International Studies, February 10

M-RCBG releases new working paper on Revolution in Data: How new technologies are upending borrowing. Marshall Lux and Guillaume Delepine, February 8

No trade deal can dictate our relationship with China. Lawrence H. Summers, Washington Post, February 4

What to expect from the State of the Union. Elaine Kamarck, Brookings, February 4

M-RCBG releases working paper on Multisector Engagement for Sustainable Health (MESH). Scott Ratzan, February 2

The Euro at 20 Years. Jeffrey Frankel, Project Syndicate, January 25

Has economics failed us? Hardly. Larry Summers, Washington Post, January 25

The ripple effects of the U.S. government shutdown. Linda Bilmes, Barron's, January 22

4 priorities in the race to build a sustainable global food system. Jane Nelson, World Economic Forum blog, January 18

Rohini Pande on Gender, Economic Development & De-biasing Academia. She the People, January 12

Summers says China's economy is facing the toughest time in 10-20 years. Larry Summers, Bloomberg, January 9

To avoid government shutdowns, fix the budget process. Linda Bilmes, Boston Globe, January 7

We must prepare now for the likelihood of a recession. Lawrence Summers, Financial Times, January 7

Serbia: China's Open Door to the Balkans. Philippe Le Corre, The Diplomat, January 1