Noteby Jacob Funk Kirkegaard | April 22, 2014 As argued in Part I of this posting, the European Central Bank (ECB) has tiptoed toward a policy of monetary easing but is unlikely to act quickly. Here I discuss what the ECB might do in the second half of 2014, if the inflationary environment continues to ...
Noteby Jacob Funk Kirkegaard | April 21, 2014 The European Central Bank (ECB) seems to be tiptoeing toward further easing of monetary policy in the euro area. Inflation has dropped to just 0.5 percent in March and the pressure for action is increasing. During the biannual financial meetings in Washington, the International Monetary ...
Articleby Pramit Pal Chaudhuri | April 18, 2014 The Indian Muslim community is worried about the possible advent of a Narendra Modi government — and understandably so given the unanswered questions regarding the 2002 Gujarat riots. However, any future government of India should perhaps recognize that the Indian Muslim needs protection from an ...
Articleby Pramit Pal Chaudhuri | April 11, 2014 India is heading to be declared a “priority foreign country” by the United States Trade Representative over its intellectual property rights. It is not helping things by refusing to meet US officials to discuss the issue. Such a designation eventually leads to trade sanctions. The ...
Noteby Thilo Hanemann | April 9, 2014 The People’s Bank of China just released full year 2013 data on China’s Balance of Payments (BOP) and International Investment Position (IIP). This note describes the most important changes in China’s external balance sheet last year and discusses Beijing’s near-term policy priorities with regard to cross-border ...
Reportby Daniel H. Rosen and Thilo Hanemann | April 1, 2014 A new report by Thilo Hanemann and Dan Rosen explores the advent of Chinese investment in US high-tech sectors.
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