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Articles from The International Economy (September 22, 2004)

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A Fed retrospective: Al Broaddus, until recently Chairman of the Richmond Federal Reserve Bank, tackles the bond market, inflation targeting, and Chinese capital flows. A TIE exclusive interview. Interview 3979
America's financial mess: it's time to eliminate the U.S. saving deficiency. McKinnon, Ronald I. 1043
Big bad dreams: once again, TIE asked Washington's master catastrophist to lay out his most worrisome disaster scenarios. Here are the results. Ledeen, Michael 1373
Can the Earth support Chinese growth? The coming boom-bust cycle. Nakamae, Tadashi Cover Story 2013
China and the financing of American debt: watch the all-important commodity-producing nations. Hale, David 1172
China's secret ambition: to compete with America in America. Malmgren, K. Philippa 1378
Corporate debt rejection: the real reason global interest rates are so low. Koo, Richard C. 2768
Europe's no basket case. Legrain, Philippe Book Review 1280
Germany's psychosis of defeat: a long-time admirer tells how Germany, like the United States in the 1970s, faces a profound crisis of confidence. Fisher, Richard W. 3637
Just say no: regarding Turkey's bid for EU membership, think "neighbor" instead of "family.". Welfens, Paul J.J. 2030
Lemons into lemonade: how the United States turned an ugly accounting scandal into a mighty lever for global financial oversight and regulation. Engelen, Klaus C. 3968
Make way for the mighty G20. Brief Article 240
Managing risk: a skeptic's view of Basel II. Whalen, Christopher 2463
Merry Christmas, Mr. President. 234
Misplaced fears: why the outsourcing scare is overblown. Ezrati, Milton 1636
The cause of globalization. Kingon, Alfred H. Letter to the Editor 345
The coming private pension plan crisis: the unavoidable consequences of dollar manipulations and widening U.S. trade deficits. Kubarych, Roger M. 2311
The emerging global dollar zone? A fleeting coincidence of events or a powerful new underlying force? Zoakos, Criton M. 1021
Thinking the unthinkable: combining the IMF and World Bank? Fischer, Fritz 4059
Who should be the next Fed Chairman? 2856
Why democrats can sleep at night. 831
Why oil could go to $60: as the world teeters on the precipice of another crisis, it's time for a contingency plan. Verleger, Philip K., Jr. 2684
Why the Redskins--and the Red Sox--matter. Graham, Edward M. Editorial 367

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