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Category: Op Ed

Top 10 American Misconceptions about Japan

January 28th, 2014
in Op Ed, syndication

In a previous post (America: What is Japan, Anyway?), I explained Japan to my fellow Americans. In this post, I will try to correct the top 10 American misconceptions about Japan. more »

Dimon Does Davos

January 27th, 2014
in Op Ed

If, as an effort at satire, I had written the story that the New York Times' "Deal Book" has just written about what JPMorgan's board of directors has just actually done, people would have dismissed my piece as absurdly over the top. more »

Has the Market Moved Beyond DSGE?

January 27th, 2014
in Op Ed

Bruegel has a nice blogs review on DSGE models and their strengths and weaknesses. Discussing the Euler equation, which is at the heart of the intratemporal optimization, the authors note that empirical evidence refutes the theory. more »

Should the Euro Become the Debt-free Money of the United States of Europe?

January 26th, 2014
in Op Ed

The idea that had inspired generations, the United States of Europe, is ALMOST dead.  The euro is the currency of a country that does not exist [1] and it has become the unit of account of differential misery in a crisis that has been expected since 2004… more »

Bob Woodward in Norfolk

January 26th, 2014
in Op Ed

Bob Woodward was January's featured speaker at the Norfolk Forum. The Norfolk Forum has for 41 years brought a variety of well-known and lesser-known speakers to Chrysler Hall in Norfolk, more »




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