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"Bretton Woods II" - Monetary System or Excuse

Tuesday, 7 June 2005, 11:48 am | Marshall Auerback

We don’t really have a problem of excessive “US-centric” growth, if the “Bretton Woods II” advocates are to be believed. You haven’t heard of “Bretton Woods II”? It is the latest hypothesis used to rationalise today’s perverse global financial ... More >>

Marshall Auerback: The Militarisation Of Oil

Wednesday, 23 March 2005, 12:54 am | Marshall Auerback

Oil prices spiked to record levels last week, propelled by a rally in petrol prices and a cold snap in the northern hemisphere, against the backdrop of a tight balance between supply and demand. Yes, that's right, basic "supply/demand," not "political ... More >>

Eco-Economy: Argentina, Not Japan

Thursday, 19 June 2003, 10:40 am | Marshall Auerback

A country with an unsustainable external debt burden, an overvalued exchange rate leading to increasingly large current account deficits, a huge and deteriorating fiscal position: Argentina 2001 or the USA 2003? More >>

France’s ''Non'' On Iraq Is The First Of Many

Wednesday, 26 February 2003, 2:02 pm | Marshall Auerback

As obnoxious as many Americans find the current behaviour of French President Jacques Chirac, there is clear method behind his apparent madness. It is true that during past crises, France has usually ended up alongside its American and British counterparts ... More >>

Eco-Economy: How America Restores Credit Rating

Monday, 13 January 2003, 11:11 am | Marshall Auerback

Talk of empire is everywhere, yet seldom has the word been applied in the context of American foreign policy. That is beginning to change. More >>

Eco-Economy: Helicopter Money

Tuesday, 26 November 2002, 11:43 am | Marshall Auerback

Be careful what you wish for: Deflation may be averted, but if we are to take the proposals sketched out by these Fed officials at face value, the increasingly extreme outcome that lies in store for the US economy may be one of two equally unpalatable ... More >>




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