- Make economics germane again.
- Today’s toughest global challenges are unintended consequences of yesterday’s success. If our prevailing institutions can’t adapt, they could lose the right to lead.
- December 7, 2018 by Deepa KrishnanTwo years ago, the Indian government abruptly wiped out most of the nation’s currency in hopes of ending black money and curbing corruption. Has the experiment worked?
- November 5, 2018 by Bethany McLeanAmerican Tales. See also Top Shelf Picks: Best Business Books 2018.
- A long-wave theory of technological and economic change suggests the financial malaise that began in 2007 may be about to end.
- August 22, 2017 by Daniel GrossDespite the tight labor market, employees report they are willing to take increasingly smaller salaries.
- Today’s economic and political upheavals reflect an ongoing misalignment between business and economies (on the one hand) and acceptable societal outcomes (on the other). There is still time to adjust, if we are willing to reexamine some long-held assumptions.
- An effective response starts long before the catastrophe occurs, with governance and relationships, advance preparation, and the ability to test your practices.
- Why coherent institutions were the first to rebound after the financial crisis.
- October 31, 2016 by J. Bradford DeLongThe Crisis Is Over: Welcome to the New Crisis
- June 28, 2016 by Daniel GrossCan we train ourselves to stop ignoring the obvious dangers we face?
- Winners, losers, and strategies in the new world economic order.Related tags: china, China geopolitics, currency wars, disruption, economic growth, economics, emerging markets, financial crisis, geopolitics, global economy, global issues, global perspective, global trade, global trends, innovation, innovation strategy, international relations, megatrends, state-owned enterprises
- January 26, 2016 by Daniel GrossEconomic analysts who argue that cheap fuel isn’t helping the economy are looking in the wrong place.
- Two leaders of an Australian fund explain how they challenged deceptive messages about investment capability, and raised the game of the companies they work with.
- November 23, 2015 by John JullensExcess liquidity in the global financial markets turned a predictable plummet into a worldwide crash.
- November 18, 2015 by David J. LynchIn his new book, Wall Street Journal veteran Greg Ip makes the counterintuitive argument that the preventive efforts that makes us safe can encourage dangerous risk taking.
- November 4, 2015 by Neil IrwinIn his new book, Roger Lowenstein describes how financial crises and political tensions spurred the creation of the U.S.’s central bank.
- November 2, 2015 by Marc LevinsonThe (Very) Political Economy
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