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The ECB’s Stimulus Buys Time. Will Europe Take Advantage of It?

January 27, 2015, David Wessel

David Wessel explains the European Central Bank's recent foray into quantitative easing, saying that this type of monetary policy alone cannot make an economy grow faster over time, but it can buy time for politicians to do what needs to be done.

  • Interview |

    Central Banking After the Financial Crisis

    January 22, 2015, Donald Kohn

  • Interview | Nikkei Asian Review

    June a Good Bet for Rate Hike

    January 7, 2015, Donald Kohn

  • Interview | CCTV America

    July 21, 2014, Tanvi Madan

  • In the News

    We should expect to see the announcement of a major new multilateral development bank in which the five-member states [BRICS] will each contribute a certain amount of capital — up to $100 billion total over a number of years.

    July 12, 2014, Harold Trinkunas, Voice of America
  • In the News

    The financial crisis had its origins in the U.S., the federal reserve has been pumping huge amounts of dollars into the global financial system, which ought to cheapen its value. [But] in times of turmoil, the world wants safety, and the U.S. is still seen as the safest place to invest.

    January 29, 2014, Eswar Prasad, Marketplace
  • Interview | Wall Street Journal

    January 16, 2014, Eswar Prasad

  • In the News

    The global financial crisis has strengthened the dollar's prominence in global finance.

    December 4, 2013, Eswar Prasad, Wall Street Journal
  • Interview | The Bank of England

    November 15, 2013, Donald Kohn

  • In the News

    "This is an outstanding nomination by the President. I think Janet Yellen is a terrific macroeconomist."

    October 9, 2013, Donald Kohn, Wall Street Journal
  • Interview | GlobalPost

    What's the Big Deal about Cyprus?

    March 20, 2013, Michael W. Klein

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