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Articles from The International Economy (January 1, 2004)

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America's sorry trade performance: whatever happened to all that talk about rule of law? Stankard, Nathaniel Illustration 2041
Boom, gloom, and excess: yet the U.S. economy today is poised for serious takeoff. Barbera, Robert J. 1369
Bullish on America: the United States needs to think more conceptually about how to use its economic advantage. Merrill, Philip 1244
Das empire strikes back: German banks have had enough of Standard and Poor's and other agencies, and they're not going to take it any more. Engelen, Klaus C. 4538
Geithner takes charge. 443
Governments and growth: the real threat to global recovery. Brittan, Samuel 2543
Gunfight at the Basel II corral: as the dispute brews, will the Federal Reserve misjudge the mood on Capitol Hill? Whalen, Christopher 1442
Inflation targeting: should the Federal Reserve in its conduct of monetary policy follow the European Central Bank and adopt some form of inflation target range? TIE asked thirteen distinguished experts. 4316
International investment carousel: when it comes to rules for international investment, it's time to stop riding the WTO. Aaronson, Susan Ariel 2409
Is the aging of the developed world a ticking time bomb? The developed-world populations are aging and shrinking, producing huge fiscal, economic, political, and social stresses given the unfunded liabilities of public entitlement programs. Does this phenomenon represent a global crisis? If a crisis looms, when will it unfold, who faces the greatest risk, and what if anything can be done? Twenty important experts offer their views. Cover Story 8410
Knight vision: TIE's contributing editor Klaus Engelen interviews , Malcolm Knight the new General manager of the Bank for International Settlements. Engelen, Klaus Interview 4979
Madagascar manifesto: an island nation looks to the future. Ravalomanana, Marc 1350
Master of the Senate: guess who's become the go-to Democrat on Capitol Hill? Reed, Scott 824
Mutual fund cleanup: Washington's surprisingly slow-motion efforts at reform. Kubarych, Roger M. 2779
The Bush hate game: TIE asked a top Democratic analyst why the animosity toward the 43rd President is so great. Cook, Charles E., Jr. 1624
The case for globalization: the results of McKinsey's latest study of the pros and cons of emerging market foreign investment. Farrell, Diana 1927
The curious case of Greenspan bashing. 485
Why America is different: no matter who wins the 2004 presidential contest, serious tensions with the United Nations will persist. Zoakos, Criton M. 1570

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