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La Cosa NAFTA

February 3, 2020
Danielle DiMartino Booth
Danielle DiMartino Booth

GIC Member and supporter, Danielle DiMartino Booth, shares her latest article, on the Weekly Quill, addressing La Cosa Nafta ahead of GIC's delegation to Mexico City.

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How ‘second chance’ hires can boost the labor force, keep youth on track

January 23, 2020
Jeffrey Korzenik
Jeffrey Korzenik

GIC speaker, Jeffrey Korzenik, Chief Investment Strategist & Senior Vice President, Fifth Third Bank, published an op-ed in the Chicago Tribune, giving his opinion on how second-chance hires could boost the labor force on January 17, 2020.

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Cumberland Advisors Market Commentary – Paul Volcker

December 18, 2019
David R. Kotok
David R. Kotok

GIC Board Member, David Kotok reflects on the life of Paul Volcker in this submission of Cumberland Advisors Market Commentary.

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Two Former Fed Presidents’ Outlook for 2020

December 17, 2019
Jeremy Schwartz
Jeremy Schwartz

Show from 12/13/19. In this episode of Behind the Markets, host, Jeremy Schwartz talks with guests, Charles Plosser, retired president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, and Dennis Lockhart, retired president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta ahead of GIC's conference.

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Nine-Eleven

September 11, 2019
David R. Kotok
David R. Kotok

GIC Board Member, David Kotok reflects on his experiences of September 11, 2001 in this submission of Cumberland Advisors Market Commentary.

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Modern Meritocracy Theory: Pledging Allegiance to an American MMT

August 16, 2019
Danielle DiMartino Booth
Danielle DiMartino Booth

GIC Member and supporter, Danielle DiMartino Booth, shares her latest article, on the Weekly Quill, addressing Modern Monetary Theory (MMT).

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College of Central Bankers series: Court’s implicit rejection of basic EU tenet would give cause for concern

August 4, 2019
Paul Horne
JPaul Horne

GIC Board Member, J Paul Horne’s report on the EU and the European Central Bank was published by The Financial Times and is used with permission.

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Weekly Economic Update by Michael Drury

July 15, 2019
Michael Drury
Michael Drury

In his Weekly Economic Update, Michael Drury, Chief Economist of McVean Trading and GIC Chair Emeritus, shares his insights from the Eleventh Annual Rocky Mountain Economic Summit, held on July 11, 2019.

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College of Central Bankers series: Investors need to be aware of the other bond bubble

June 20, 2019
Paul Horne
JPaul Horne

GIC Board Member, J Paul Horne’s report on European and Japanese government bonds was published by The Financial Times and is used with permission.

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Europe’s Parliamentary Elections Roil Europe’s Economic Outlook

June 14, 2019
Paul Horne
JPaul Horne

GIC Board Member, J Paul Horne’s report on the results of the European Parliamentary elections was published by The European Institute at the University of Maryland (www.europeaninstitute.org/ ) and is used with permission.

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Climate Change Chronicles: Of Babies and Bathwater

March 12, 2019
Natalie Cohen
Natalie Cohen

GIC Member and Speaker, Natalie Cohen, references GIC's 2019 Adapting to a Changing Climate conference in the latest blog post for The Public Purse.

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Mi Casa Es Su Casa: Exploring Havana’s Paladares

February 7, 2019
Jill Fornito
Jill Fornito

Jill offers insight into GIC’s travels to Cuba in early 2019 with her latest blog contribution.

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