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The Long Haul

July 9, 2021
William Kennedy
William Kennedy, CFA

William Kennedy, GIC Vice Chair of Programs and Co-founder, CEO and CIO of RiskBridge Advisors, dives into long-term impacts on the economy due to the COVID-19 pandemic in GIC's latest blog post.

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Vaccines: A Delta Update

June 27, 2021
David R. Kotok
David R. Kotok

In his recent Cumberland Advisors Market Commentary, David Kotok gives an update on the COVID-19 Delta variant.

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FOMC Press Conference

June 23, 2021
Charles Plosser
Charles Plosser

Charles Plosser, College of Central Bankers Fellow and Former President & CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, shares commentary in response to the FOMC meeting on June 15-16.

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Insights on the changing behavior of the financial markets by Michael Drury

June 11, 2021
Michael Drury
Michael Drury

In his Weekly Economic Update, Michael Drury, Chief Economist of McVean Trading and GIC Vice Chair of International, shares his insights on the changing behavior of the financial markets due to inflation and equality.

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How governments can redesign support for entrepreneurs after COVID-19

June 1, 2021
Daniel Dart
Daniel Dart

Daniel Dart, activist, artist, economist, social entrepreneur, and GIC Member discusses how stimulating growth through entrepreneurship is crucial in developing economies. Originally posted on the World Economic Forum.

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A New Global Monetary Order Threatens the Dollar

May 13, 2021
Jim Bianco
Jim Bianco

Jim Bianco is the President and founder of Bianco Research, and upcoming speaker at GIC Members Roundtable on May 21 on Cryptocurrency, discusses that there's a parallel financial system led by stablecoins that's starting to jeopardize the greenback's status as a reserve currency. Originally published on Bloomberg Opinion.

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Climate and Financial Stability

May 7, 2021
Natalie Cohen
Natalie Cohen

Natalie Cohen, GIC Member and founder, principal author and publisher of The Public Purse, recaps recent House and Senate hearings and the SEC, and other institutions discussions on climate-related issues and financial stability.

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Inside Voices: Can’t Find Workers? Ask Jeff Korzenik to Help.

April 28, 2021
Philippa Dunne
Philippa Dunne

Jeff Korzenik, chief investment strategist at Fifth Third Bank in Chicago, was interviewed by GIC Advisory Council Member, Philippa Dunne, to discuss his new book, Untapped Talent: How Second Chance Hiring Works for Your Business and the Community, which he will join GIC on May 6 to discuss as well.

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Insights on The Great Demographic Reversal by Michael Drury before the Frederick Heldring Award for Global Leadership on April 29

April 23, 2021
Michael Drury
Michael Drury

In his Weekly Economic Update, Michael Drury, Chief Economist of McVean Trading and GIC Vice Chair of International, shares his insights on The Great Demographic Reversal: Ageing Societies, Waning Inequality, and an Inflation Revival, leading up to the presentation of the 2021 Frederick Heldring Award for Global Leadership to Dr. Charles Goodhart on April 29, 2021.

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Fairlead Tactics – Weekly Technical Strategy

March 3, 2021
Katie Stockton
Katie Stockton

Katie Stockton, GIC Member and Founder and Managing Partner of Fairlead Strategies, LLC, provides a daily industry update, orginally published through Fairlead Strategies.

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Promises We Must Keep

February 12, 2021
Philippa Dunne
Philippa Dunne

James Kahn, Chair of the Economics Department at Yeshiva University, and Kevin Kliesen, Research Officer at the St Louis Fed, presented their economic outlooks in a recent Global Interdependence Center webinar. (You can find a taping at the GIC website.) James Kahn, in talking about the collapse in hours worked, noted that “I haven’t checked but […]

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Closing the Racial Inequality Gaps

February 2, 2021
Dana Peterson
Dana Peterson

Dana M Peterson, Chief Economist & Center Leader of Economy, Strategy & Finance at The Conference Board, and Catherine L Mann, Global Chief Economist at Citi Bank, report on the Economic Costs of U.S. Racial Inequality in a paper published by Citi GPS: Global Perspectives & Solutions in September 2020.

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