16th November 2011
Mohamed El-Erian and Michael Spence analyse why policy outcomes in western economies have consistently fallen short of what policymakers themselves have expected. Reuters
Emerging markets face what some economists are calling a trilemma. They cannot simultaneously target exchange-rate stability, conduct an independent monetary policy, and have full financial integration. So what to do? This Article looks at how both are responding. Voxeu
"The eurozone crisis cannot explain why youth unemployment has been rising for the past eight months to record highs." That's the verdict of columnist Polly Curtis. The Guardian
Megan McArdle believes that despite being a bad idea to begin with, eurozone nations are better off staying in the union – if they can. "All-in-all, it's probably in everyone's interest to save the euro. The problem is, I'm not sure it's in everyone's capacity." The Atlantic
"Investing sounds so simple: Buy low, sell high, make money. But just like the odds of betting against the house in Las Vegas, if it were that easy, everyone would be millionaires." Anne Brennan shares 9 common investing mistakes. The Fiscal Times
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