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Articles from The International Economy (January 1, 2005)

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Anti-money laundering overkill? It's time to ask how well the system is working. Truman, Edwin M. 2858
Are the emerging markets finally decoupling from the United States? 2244
Are the outside credit agencies headed for extinction? Why structured data drives improved risk analytics. Santiago, Dennis 2126
Battle of the economists: the inside story of Germany's internal policy knifefight. Engelen, Klaus C. 4561
Bush's economic cabal. Brief Article 224
European liquidity worries. Brief Article 225
German Thatcherism: the structural and historic limits to making Germany more "Anglo-Saxon.". Hoffman, Jonathan 2310
Has dollar pegging paid off for Asia? 2156
Santomero speaks: the Philadelphia Federal Reserve President takes on inflation, interest rates, and the future of the American economy. A TIE exclusive interview. Interview 4474
Stunning growth. Zoakos, Criton Brief Article 242
The capital market sanctions folly: a lesson in diplomatic dopiness. Steil, Benn 2412
The great Brown-Taylor controversy. Brief Article 295
The Maastricht dog that lost its bark: how the stability Pact has lost its relevance. Ubide, Angel 1991
The Mexican comeback: how middle-income economies can compete with China. Remes, Jaana 1464
The new U.S.-European detente: why the Europe of 2005 is nothing like the Europe of 2003 or even 2004. Zoakos, Criton M. 3411
Why the Pact has no impact: why the Stability and Growth Pact ultimately made no significant difference to the fiscal behavior of the eurozone major member economies. Posen, Adam S. 2183

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