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When Public Investment is No Longer an Oxymoron: Fiscal Policy in Liquidity Trap Conditions

April 9, 2013

The theme of the second annual Global Society of Fellows meeting was “When Public Investment is No Longer an Oxymoron: Fiscal Policy in Liquidity Trap Conditions” and featured Ellen Hughes-Cromwick, chief economist of Ford Motor Co.; Richard Vague, managing partner of Gabriel Investments; Jeffrey Lacker, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond; Paul McCulley, […]

The Condition of State and Local Governments: Municipal Bonds

March 27, 2013

State and local governments have yet to completely emerge from the financial crisis as the lingering affects continue to weigh down on their finances. During the last few years we have seen headlines about state pension problems, cities defaulting on their debts and water and sewer systems entering bankruptcy. What is the current state of […]

The Middle East: Emerging Opportunities and Challenges in the Economic Landscape

March 26, 2013

Against the backdrop of one of the Middle East’s most vibrant cities, respected members of the international financial community discussed the impact of recent changes in the Middle East on the global economy. The Global Interdependence Center is proud to have sponsored this timely and relevant discussion, in partnership with the Wharton Center at CERT and the […]

Too Big to Fail

February 21, 2013

GIC, in partnership with New College of Florida, welcomed Harvey Rosenblum, executive vice president and director of research at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.

Article by Paul Krugman on Paul McCulley’s Recent Paper

January 18, 2013

Written by Paul Krugman of the New York Times.