Business and Finance
The systemic problems in financial markets and institutions have contributed to the current economic crisis in America and globally. New regulatory measures to instill confidence in the finance and banking industries to prevent such a crisis from happening again continue to be debated in Washington and abroad. Brookings experts have studied the issues and made recommendations.
Why the real Chinese economy is more important than the stock market
July 16, 2015, David Dollar
Financial markets everywhere are prone to bubbles, and this may just have been China’s turn. But it is also likely that the boom-bust cycle was exacerbated by real reform lagging financial reform.
Financial Markets and Services
U.S. Economic Performance
July 14, 2015, Philip A. Wallach
July 13, 2015, William A. Galston and Elaine Kamarck
July 10, 2015, Qiao Yu, Hanwen Fan and Xun Wu
July 8, 2015
July 1, 2015, William A. Galston and Elaine Kamarck
June 30, 2015, Jack Karsten and Darrell M. West
June 25, 2015, Douglas J. Elliott
June 17, 2015, Philip A. Wallach
June 16, 2015, Douglas J. Elliott
June 8, 2015
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Douglas J. Elliott
Fellow, Economic Studies, Initiative on Business and Public Policy
Martin Neil Baily
Senior Fellow, Economic Studies
Bernard L. Schwartz Chair in Economic Policy Development
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