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GLOBAL ECONOMIC VIEWPOINT

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EUROPEAN VIEWPOINT
NOBEL LAUREATES

10-26-05   Glen Yago: BEN BERNANKE TAUGHT US HOW TO AVOID NEXT GREAT DEPRESSION
     
10-18-05   Jehangir S. Pocha: LOOKING TO FUTURE, CHINA AND INDIA TARGET GLOBAL SOFTWARE MARKET
     
07-27-05   JEHANGIR POCHA: RENMIBI: UP, WHERE IT BELONGS
     
06-07-05  

HOWARD WACHTEL: THE SINO-AMERICAN GAME OF FINANCIAL CHICKEN

     
04-26-05   MICHAEL MILKEN, MYRON SCHOLES, GARY BECKER: THE NEW LIQUIDITY — INFORMATION, SKILLS, OPPORTUNITIES
     
03-15-05  

JORGE CASTANEDA/NATHAN GARDELS: HOW TO TAP MEXICO'S POTENTIAL

     
02-04-05  

JAGDISH BHAGWATI: TEN YEARS ON, WTO IS BEST FRIEND OF THE POOR, NOT THEIR ENEMY

     
12-07-04   JEHANGIR POCHA: THE GEOPOLITICS OF OIL: IT’S NOW INDIA AND CHINA VS. THE U.S.
     
11-22-04   GIULIANO AMATO, RALF DAHRENDORF, VALÉRY GISCARD D'ESTAING: LETTER TO AMERICA
     
09-22-04  

GARY BECKER, DANIEL KAHNEMAN, MYRON SCHOLES, A. MICHAEL SPENCE: FROM OBESITY TO CHINA WORRIES

     
08-09-04   LAWRENCE H. SUMMERS: AMERICA OVERDRAWN
     
07-08-04   GORDON CHANG: CHINA LOCOMOTIVE RUNNING OUT OF STEAM
     
06-08-04   PHIL ANGELIDES: POWER OF THE PURSE: PENSION INVESTORS ARE SHAKING UP CORPORATE AMERICA AND THE REST OF THE WORLD
     
05-03-04   CLYDE PRESTOWITZ: SMART OUTSOURCING, DUMB OUTSOURCING
     
04-05-04   NATHAN GARDELS: GLOBALIZATION BITES BACK
     
2-11-04   NARAYANA MURTHY: THE GLOBAL OUTSOURCING REVOLUTION
     
01-21-04   FERNANDO HENRIQUE CARDOSO: GLOBALIZATION VS. DEMOCRACY
     
12-29-03   GEORGE YEO: RISING CHINA IS A NEW SUN IN ASIA'S SOLAR SYSTEM
     
11-12-03   JOSEPH STIGLITZ :GLOBAL TRADE AGREEMENTS ARE AT A DEAD END
     
10-16-03   LESTER BROWN: WORLD FACING FOURTH CONSECUTIVE GRAIN HARVEST SHORTFALL: WHEAT AND RICE PRICES MOVING UP
     
09-23-03   ERNESTO ZEDILLO: THE CANCUN FAILURE: NO GOOD REASON TO DANCE
     
08-05-03   SEBASTIAN EDWARDS: A TWO-CYLINDER GLOBAL RECOVERY?
     
07-15-03   LESTER C. THUROW: BETWEEN AN ECONOMIC ROCK AND POLITICAL HARD PLACE: CHILLING SIMILARITY BETWEEN BUSH 41 AND 43
     
06-11-03   ARROW, SCHOLES, BECKER: CHINA: A MANUFACTURING THREAT?
     
05-15-03   ARROW, SCHOLES, BECKER: NOBEL LAUREATES ASSESS WORLD ECONOMY
     
04-23-03   PAUL VOLCKER: PREOCCUPATION WITH IRAQ SHOULD NOT ECLIPSE THE CRISIS OF U.S. CORPORATE GOVERNANCE
     
01-15-03   VERNON SMITH:2002 NOBEL ECONOMIST: TIME TO BUY STOCKS
     
12-18-02   ROBERT REICH: BUSH POLICIES WILL FAIL TO STIMULATE U.S. AND GLOBAL ECONOMY; ''BUBBLE-UP,'' NOT ''TRICKLE DOWN,'' POLICIES ARE THE ANSWER
     
11-11-02   VARGAS LLOSA: BE RADICAL, ‘LULA’
     
10-21-02   JOHN KENNETH GALBRAITH: GEORGE BUSH IS OUR HERBERT HOOVER; MANAGEMENT CONTROL OF CORPORATIONS LEADS TO CORRUPTION
     
09-16-02   FOUR NOBEL LAUREATES DISCUSS GLOBAL ECONOMIC CHALLENGES
     
08-14-02   ROBERT RUBIN: PREPARE TO FIGHT THE BACKLASH
     
07-09-02   LAWRENCE SUMMERS: WORLD ECONOMY ON THE WANE?
     
06-12-02   KENNETH W. DAM: THE NEXT PHASE IN THE FINANCIAL WAR ON TERRORISM: CHARITIES, HAWALAS AND TRADE
     
05-14-02   MOHAMMED YUNUS: TRADITIONAL AID PROGRAMS PROMISED AT MONTERREY WON'T HELP REALLY POOR; WTO IS A BULLDOZER FOR THE RICH
     
04-23-02   NICHOLAS STERN: FROM WORDS TO ACTION IN THE FIGHT AGAINST POVERTY
     
04-16-02   STANLEY FISCHER: RESTORING SUSTAINED GROWTH: THE GLOBAL OUTLOOK
     
03-14-02   KENICHI OHMAE:CHINA IS MAULING ASIA'S TIGERS
     
02-07-02   DOUG MILLER: IN ALL COUNTRIES, MORE PEOPLE FAVOR GLOBALIZATION BUT WORRY ABOUT JOBS, THE POOR AND HARMING THE ENVIRONMENT
     
01-07-02   ALBERT FISHLOW: DON'T CRY FOR ARGENTINA -- YET
     
12-11-01   I.K. GUJARAL: GLOBAL AGING, NOT OVERPOPULATION, WILL SHAPE FUTURE OF WORLD ECONOMY
     
11-19-01   KEN COURTIS: MOVING U.S. TAX CUTS FORWARD CAN JUMP-START SLUMPING GLOBAL ECONOMY
     
09-19-01   C. FRED BERGSTEN: THE ECONOMICS OF THE WAR
     
09-17-01   LAURA D'ANDREA TYSON: TERROR ATTACK WILL PUSH UNITED STATES INTO RECESSION
     
09-17-01   LESTER THUROW: TERRORISM WILL HAVE LITTLE REAL IMPACT ON ECONOMY
     
08-15-01   LAURENCE H. MEYER: NEW ECONOMY WILL PICK UP AGAIN -- WITH HIGHER PRODUCTIVITY
     
07-10-01   LESTER C. THUROW: WILL THE G-8 FIDDLE WHILE THE GLOBAL ECONOMY BURNS?
     
06-13-01   GEOFFREY KIRKMAN AND JEFFREY SACHS: THERE IS BUSINESS IN CLOSING THE DIGITAL DIVIDE
     
05-15-01  

CARLY FIORINA AND LANCE KNOBLE: 'RULES OF GARAGE' ENSURE CONTINUED INNOVATION

     
04-30-01   KENICHI OHMAE: FIXING JAPAN MAY BREAK THE U.S. ECONOMY
     
04-23-01   NOBEL LAUREATES AND FINANCIER MICHAEL MILKEN: DESPITE STOCK MARKET FALL, REAL ECONOMY REMAINS HEALTHY; JAPAN MUST OPEN UP OR GO DOWN
     
04-10-01   KENICHI OHMAE: ON THE VERGE OF COLLAPSE, JAPAN CAN MAKE IT BY WORKING WITH U.S. TO OPEN MARKETS