Discussion by CFE co-directors Bob Barbera and Jonathan Wright with Olivier Jeanne and Nicolas Jabko on the unfolding situation in Europe, featured in the JHU Online Arts and Sciences magazine. […]
The crisis in Europe has been escalating for three years and has now turned into a bank run. Europe is facing the possibility of a currency breakup and/or entering into a continent-wide Depression. European institutions are in a dangerous stalemate and till now have consistently been way behind the curve. Bob Barbera and Jonathan Wright, co-directors of CFE, take to the electronic airwaves in this piece, offering their expertise, keen insights, and unconventional wisdom in helping us understand the financial crisis in Europe.
What were the root causes of the 2008 financial crisis, and what is the outlook for the European and U.S. economies? The Center for Financial Economics (CFE) acting Co-Director Jonathan […]
The annual IMF meetings are getting underway and this morning IMF Chief Economist Olivier Blanchard discussed the latest World Economic Outlook (WEO) being released by the Fund. Blanchard is always […]
Prof. Wright recently had a guest column on the WSJ Real Time Economics site arguing that (despite what front-page stories in the NYT ans WSJ say) the TIPS market is […]