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Articles from The International Economy (September 1, 2001)

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A trusting approach to anitrust: globalization requires international cooperation on competition policies. Shapiro, Andrew J. 1499
Ducking a dollar crisis: why Bush advisor Lindsey's strong dollar policy is headed for a fall. Bergsten, C. Fred 1739
Free trade warriors in retreat. Whalen, Christopher Brief Article 451
Is he making the grade? (A Symposium Of Views). 3178
Koizumi is blowing it: Japan's new prime minister squanders a chance to repair his country's economy. Katz, Richard 1599
Like India, like California. (Last Word). Rowen, Henry S. Brief Article 753
Mexican meltdown? Mexico's strong peso may not be immune to a Latin American financial contagion. Whalen, Christopher Statistical Data Included 4112
New giant on wall street: the explosive growth of hedge funds is being felt from stock trading floors to the fed boardroom. Hale, David (American economist) Statistical Data Included 2161
O'Neill's Folly: the IMF's recent Argentina bailout is good news for European bankers, bad news for U.S. policy, and a disaster for the Argentinean private sector. Zoakos, Criton M. 1412
Rebellion in the ranks. Greenspan's streak of unanimous FOMC decisions has come to an end. Temple-Raston, Dina 1622
Redefining the Terms of Trade Policymaking. (Book Brief). Aaronson, Susan Ariel Book Review 544
Tall tales about trade: a lot of strong cases are made for and against globalization. most aren't true. Aaronson, Susan Ariel 1640
Taylor rules: the distinguished scholar and former advisor to presidents, John B. Taylor, wargames a Bush II international economic policy. TIE's exclusive interview. Interview 5708
Taylor's star student. Brief Article 165
The French solution: France's legal maneuvering to gain the ECB presidency. Engelen, Klaus C. Brief Article 798
The O'Neill problem. (Off The News). Brief Article 210
The return of the two amigos. (Off The News). Brief Article 357
When George met Vladimir: Bush and Putin have given new impetus to an implausible goal: Russia's integration with Europe. D'Anastasio, Mark 2799

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