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Articles from The International Economy (September 22, 2008)

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Title Author Type Words
Barely contained outrage: what the Europeans really think about America's regulatory blunders. Engelen, Klaus C. 7493
China. Rees, Matthew 160
Credit crisis, Asian style: a top Hong Kong analyst sets the stage. Lo, Chi 2043
Debt levels. Rees, Matthew 162
Disenfranchise the ratings agencies. Smick, David; Posen, Adam Editorial 1159
Do the credit rating agencies deserve to exist? 4665
Dollars and diplomacy: when U.S. foreign policy bumps up against banking and finance. Kleiman, Gary N. 1451
Europe's second pillar: a European deposit insurance system, complementing monetary union, can help to contain the European race to the bottom in financial sector subsidies and regulatory arbitrage. Dubel, Hans-Joachim 3265
Europeans not impressed. Brief article 291
Japan's mistaken solutions: lessons on how not to respond to a financial crisis. Nakamae, Tadashi 2657
Lessons from Japan's lost decade: why America's experience may be worse. Koo, Richard C. 3244
Market volatility. Rees, Matthew 335
Miscellaneous. Rees, Matthew 541
Obama's fiscal straitjacket? Brief article 177
Origins of the credit crisis: two overlooked structural mismatches. Connolly, Bernard 1883
Our moment in history: Obama's victory is a huge step forward. Now to action. Sachs, Jeffrey D. 1006
Real estate/mortgage markets. Rees, Matthew 176
Regulate hedge funds: it's impossible to separate charlatans from talented wizards. Foster, Dean P.; Young, H. Peyton 741
Rift barely avoided. Engelen, Klaus C. 630
Subprime suits: the slow pace of litigation. Chockley, Frederick W., III; Barnes, Rebecca 706
Swallowing the national toad: Germany's top regulator says it's time the industrialized world swallow its pride and implement some aggressive regulatory reforms. Sanio, Jochen 2208
The bursting of China's political bubble. 412
The firefighters of the IMF: sitting idle while the neighborhood burns. Torres, Hector R. 936
The future of America' s financial dominance: consider four factors. Hormats, Robert D. 3035
The radical approach: why we're not yet out of the woods. Roubini, Nouriel 933
The Rubin-Greenspan legacy: now Paulson's ongoing nightmare. Whalen, Christopher 2577
Too much the investment banker: why U.S. Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson should approach the banking crisis more like a regulator. de Ramos, Abe 962
Trade protection faceoff. Beattie, Alan; Veron, Nicolas Company overview 2124
UK credit crisis: Buckingham Palace vows to fight on even against starvation. Brief article 96
Wall Street's death: suicide? Murder? Accidental death? or a case of organ failure? Rodrik, Dani 968

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