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With the accomplishments of Abenomics in the rear-view, the route forward for Japan remains uncertain.
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Quantitative easing has taken on a new fiscal meaning over the past few years, and this development presents numerous new avenues for political imprudence.
The Fed recently announced its movement towards an average inflation target, but despite being a step in the right direction, it may cause problems for the central bank’s credibility.
The standard ‘China Shock’ narrative misses the mark, as it amplifies costs while ignoring the benefits from trade.
Continuing to break down labor force barriers for persons of color, immigrants, and women would help facilitate a middle class revival.
The ECB recognized the severity of the COVID crisis early on, and they have responded quickly and aggressively.
A major municipal trilemma poses serious problems for the federal government, and COVID-19 may continue to exacerbate these fiscal issues.
Getting the causality wrong with financial flows can have seriously perverse policy consequences.
COVID-19 has wreaked havoc on the US economy, and adopting a nominal GDP targeting regime is one way the Fed can appropriately respond.
The fundamental problem facing the economy is not illiquidity, but risk.