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Professor Michael Spence on the Recent Global Market Volatility

The following is an excerpt from a recent op-ed published in The Huffington Post by NYU Stern Professor, Michael Spence titled “China’s Volatile Stock Market Does Not Reflect Real Economic Conditions.” Markets plunged again this week, a mini quake with … Continue reading

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China’s International Growth Agenda by Prof. Michael Spence

The following is an excerpt from a recent Project Syndicate article by NYU Stern Professor and Nobel laureate Michael Spence: For most of the past 35 years, China’s policymakers have set their focus on the domestic economy, with reforms designed … Continue reading

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Are Equities Overvalued? Prof. Michael Spence Explains in Op-Ed

In a recent opinion editorial on Project Syndicate, NYU Stern Professor Michael Spence examined the relationship between rising equity prices and current stock market trends. His editorial included insight on whether stock valuations are excessive relative to future earnings potential, banks’ unconventional … Continue reading

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Michael Spence: The Real Challenges to Growth

The following is an op-ed written by NYU Stern Professor and Nobel Laureate in Economics, Michael Spence, published in Project Syndicate: MILAN – Advanced economies’ experience since the 2008 financial crisis has spurred a rapidly evolving discussion of growth, employment, … Continue reading

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Michael Spence: Rebalancing the State Balance Sheet

Nobel Laureate in Economics and NYU Stern Professor Michael Spence writes on Project Syndicate about “Rebalancing the State Balance Sheet.” Spence highlights the tension states face with managing their assets and suggests ways to think about more privatized sorts of … Continue reading

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