Monthly Archives: December 2011

Bank Failures Cost $88 Billion While U.S. Enforces in the Dark

Professor Viral Acharya is quoted in Businessweek on the lack of transparency in regulatory action. Excerpt from Businessweek: At least 1,400 times last year, federal examiners told a bank to fix a problem that could imperil its health, according to … Continue reading

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NYU Stern Economists Weigh-in on the Eurozone Crisis

In an interview with CNC world, NYU Stern economists Thomas Cooley, Richard Sylla and Larry White exhibit skepticism regarding the EU’s plan for stability. Excerpt from CNC World: Richard Sylla: “If Europe seems to be like the U.S. in the … Continue reading

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Global Outlook: Fragile & Unbalanced in 2012

Professor Nouriel Roubini discusses the global economic outlook in 2012 in a new op-ed. He predicts a Eurozone recession, slow US growth and a slowdown in the growth of emerging economies. Excerpt from Project Syndicate: The outlook for the global … Continue reading

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An Interview with Professor Lawrence White on the European Debt Crisis

Read the article here: http://www.cncworld.tv/news/v_show/20298_NYU_stern_expert_on_debt_crisis.shtml

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