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Could the facts that some of Obama's biggest donors during his 2008 campaign were Wall Street banks, and that he appointed a number of Goldman Sachs people, like Larry Summers, Gene Sperling and Rahm Emanuel, to important positions in his ...
... Alain Minc, Dambisa Moyo, Laura Tyson, Elon Musk, Pierre Omidyar, Raghuram Rajan, Nouriel Roubini, Nicolas Sarkozy, Eric Schmidt, Gerhard Schroeder, Peter Schwartz, Amartya Sen, Jeff Skoll, Michael Spence, Joe Stiglitz, Larry Summers, Wu Jianmin, ...
anti-American governments in the Western hemisphere receive a convenient boost, but allies like Mexico only get a browbeating from Washington.
One news analysis, headlined "How Canada made the G20 happen," reports that former finance Minister Paul Martin "sat in Lawrence Summers' spacious office in the Greek-columned U.S. Treasury building in Washington, searching in vain for a piece of ...
Lawrence Summers, former president of Harvard University and US Treasury secretary, brought up a question of trade imbalance between China and other countries and opening-up issue concerning China's major sectors, such as the auto industry.
Ending the U.S. free-trade deal with Mexico, as Donald Trump threatened during his presidential campaign, would hand a significant victory to China, former Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers said. Continuing with an unfriendly policy toward Mexico ...
"There is no bigger strategic and economic gift, we could give China than for the United States to move away from NAFTA." It would mean less-efficient production in North America, which would be a huge windfall to China-led Asia.
Former Treasury Secretary and economist Larry Summers blasted the idea in a recent editorial, by saying, "First, I cannot see any logic to singling out robots as job destroyers.
The damage, however, had already been done. capitalism, as evidenced by his nephew, Larry Summers, was exalted while welfare Economists and political reformers were stopped in their tracks.
The premier took questions from participants such as former US Treasury secretary Lawrence Summers on free trade, market openness, the internet industry and innovative development.
Former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers had strong words for President Donald Trump's administration on Sunday, warning that the White House could be squandering one of its most valuable assets.
When it comes to the world's second-largest economy, capital outflows and real estate are two key areas of concern for former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers. "I think they (policymakers) are building strains in terms of debt accumulation, what's ...
We do know that Larry Summers has talked about this secular stagnation and sort of being condemned to 2 percent G.D.P. growth.
... Alain Minc, Dambisa Moyo, Laura Tyson, Elon Musk, Pierre Omidyar, Raghuram Rajan, Nouriel Roubini, Nicolas Sarkozy, Eric Schmidt, Gerhard Schroeder, Peter Schwartz, Amartya Sen, Jeff Skoll, Michael Spence, Joe Stiglitz, Larry Summers, Wu Jianmin, ...
Former U.S. Treasury secretary and Harvard economist Lawrence Summers claims the proposal would lead down a slippery slope.
... were Wall St. banks, and that he appointed a number of Goldman Sachs people, like Larry Summers, Gene Sperling and Rahm Emanuel, to important positions in his administration have had something to do with his failure to hold the bankers accountable?
Secular stagnation Economists like Lawrence Summers worry that the slow growth may be here to stay. Mohamed El-Erian famously called the period of slower growth, which he predicted after the financial crisis, the "new normal.
Lawrence Summers thinks the natural interest rate has dropped to minus 3 per cent in his grim vision of secular stagnation.
That proposal has caused an uproar, with mainstream Economists like Lawrence Summers, a former US Treasury secretary, condemning it for putting brakes on technological advancement.
It reminds me a lot of the time Larry Summers declined the position to head the US Federal Reserve. You may recall, Summers was Obama's favorite to take the office but suddenly announced his drop out due to "personal reasons" clearing the way for Janet ...
It would have been better to demonetize less-commonly-used large-denomination bank notes (Larry Summers wrote about the idea here).
Lawrence Summers, J. Michael Bailey, Helmuth Nyborg, Dr. and Ms. Christakis, James Otteson, Kenneth Zucker, Jordan Peterson and an ever-growing list of targeted academics bears abundant testimony to a newly constructed climate of intolerance.
Robert Lighthizer, President Trump's United States Trade Representative nominee, will testify before the Senate Finance Committee Tuesday afternoon.
Please recall that Yellen got the job only because progressives in the Senate led by Elizabeth Warren were able to block Larry Summers. As a testament to the power of the dead hand of economic orthodoxy, the usual suspects persuaded Obama to name as ...
In April of 2004, the besuited Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss walked out of Harvard University President Larry Summers' office empty-handed.
Reserve Bank of Australia governor Philip Lowe is talking up public investment in infrastructure. We need more of it, he says, because it "increases demand, takes the pressure off ultra-low interest rates, and increases the productive capacity of the ...
... and Bob Rubin, the most powerful man in his administration, followed by Larry Summers, and their rape, pillage and plunder in fire sale after fire sale and collecting fees and so forth when the Soviet Union collapsed and Boris Yeltsin was drunk ...
Harvard economist Lawrence Summers wrote, "The safest posture is to resist changes in the financial regulatory framework.
At the time, Modi said the recall was aimed at cracking down on corrupt hoarders of untaxed cash. A number of reputed global Economists, included Harvard's Lawrence Summers and Ken Rogoff criticized Modi's move as excessive. On the campaign in Uttar ...
The bearish long term view goes by the name "secular stagnation," with advocates including former Treasury secretary Lawrence Summers making the case for a world stuck in a rut of anemic capital investment and lackluster demand. Two years ago, secular ...
the White House is in the midst of calling for an increase of $54 billion in military spending for 2018, a measure deemed by Larry Summers, a leading American economist and a past president of Harvard University, as "a prudent investment in a dangerous ...
The "New Democrats" further abetted the Republican Party by supporting Bush's 2008 bank bailout plan. Obama chose former Clinton Wall Street insiders like Larry Summers and Robert Rubin as his closest advisers. Most progressives, like those in Occupy ...
Three years later, Prime Minister Modi has dusted off the line for use against a new set of critics: Economists Amartya Sen and Larry Summers, both professors at Harvard and critics of his demonetisation policy. Speaking of himself (characteristically ...
robots are wealth creators and taxing them is a bad idea, argues former U.S. Treasury Secretary, Lawrence Summers, disagreeing with recent comments by Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates.
In a recent interview with quartz, Bill Gates floated an idea for mitigating the impact of automation technology on human jobs: tax the robots.
His nephew Lawrence Summers called him a "gentle genius." Arrow was not a "public intellectual." He rarely spoke out on current topics, but he would on a few occasions lend his name to petitions on issues about which he felt strongly.
Three years later, Prime Minister Modi has dusted off the line for use against a new set of critics: Economists Amartya Sen and Larry Summers, both professors at Harvard and critics of his demonetisation policy. Speaking of himself (characteristically ...
"I think there's no danger that we're gonna spend too much," said Larry Summers, who served as Treasury Secretary under Bill Clinton, and was an economic adviser to President Obama.
"I think there's no danger that we're gonna spend too much," said Larry Summers, who served as Treasury Secretary under Bill Clinton, and was an economic advisor to President Obama.
If you want a primer on his life, this from Tim Harford and this from Larry Summers are good places to start. Mr Arrow was probably most famous for his "impossibility theorem", which posited that there is no such thing as "the will of the people" - and ...
Former treasury secretary Larry Summers and Nobel prizewinner Paul Krugman both agree on a return to the "new normal" or "secular stagnation" of low growth and low wages within months, not years.
THIS IS Larry Summers ON OUR AIR RECENTLY RELATING TO BORDER ADJUSTMENT AND RELATING TO PERHAPS THE APPROACH OF THE ADMINISTRATION ON WHAT HE CALLS HYPER PROTECTIONISM.
NBC's Ari Melber and Alex Johnson outline what happens next for the Russia investigation: "Attorney General Jeff Sessions' recusal leaves any Justice Department investigation of alleged Russian election interference temporarily in the hands of a ...
Sandberg, who oversees all of facebook's business operations, has been with the company since 2008 and previously worked for Google and was chief of staff for United States Secretary of the Treasury Lawrence Summers. She is also founder of Leanin.org, ...
Q: Even smart people (e.g., Larry Summers) seem to believe that women are inherently worse at quantitative fields than men.


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