International Finance

    When capital markets are global, asset pricing is global. When money markets are global, the cost of funds is global. Globalization creates new opportunities and new constraints for both private and public borrowers. The question is how local institutions shape the effects of globalization.

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    The EuroZone “Debt” Crisis: Another “Center” – “Periphery” Crisis Under Financial Globalization?

    This paper analyzes the Euro crisis in light of the experience of center-periphery relations over the last 40 years of renewed financial globalization. Read more

    The Trump Agenda and the Economic and Investment Outlook for 2017

    Dec 13, 2016 | 04:00—05:30

    China: Challenges for the Next Administration

    Nov 15, 2016 | 04:00—05:30

    The World Economy’s Growing Debt Burden

    Nov 2, 2016 | 04:00—05:30

    Capitalism: Competition, Conflict and Crises

    The aim of the two-semester sequence is to explore a coherent alternative to neoclassical and post-Keynesian theory that does not rely in any way on concepts of utility maximization, rational choice, rational expectations, or perfect/imperfect competition. Read more