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How economies could insure themselves against the bad times
The Guardian
If Greece made 'fiscal space' it might have saved its economy from crisis. Photograph: Louisa Gouliamaki/AFP/Getty Images. The time has come for national governments around the world to start issuing their debt in a new form, linked to their countries ...
Making the Case for Sovereign GDP-Linked Bonds by Robert J ...Project Syndicate

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Trump's tariffs 'like a first shot in a war': Nobel-winning economist Robert Shiller
President Donald Trump's tariffs proposal will have an "immediate disruption effect" and will hurt most people, except perhaps steel workers and those who own stocks in steel companies, economist Robert Shiller told CNBC on Friday. Trump announced the ...
Nobel Winner Robert Shiller: Trump's Trade Tariffs Will Hurt Most PeopleNewsmax
Nobel Prize-winning economist: Trump tariffs 'like a first shot in a war'The Hill

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New York Times

The Trump Boom Is Making It Harder to See the Next Recession ...
New York Times
When big shifts like recessions are on the way, economists just aren't very good at predicting them. The truth is that we really can't foresee where the economy will be heading in a year or two, a limitation that is particularly troubling right now, in ...

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Top economists and business leaders weigh in on the risks of a US-China trade war
"I don't think we've previously at the [China Development Forum] felt like we might be on the brink of a trade war, and I think that certainly is a very unfortunate development," added Summers, who previously served as president of Harvard University ...

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The Yale Politic

A Yale Professor Explains: Robert Shiller Talks Economics
The Yale Politic
The Politic: Professor Shiller, thank you very much for taking the time. I'd like to begin by asking a very general question about the U.S. economy. Do you find that the U.S. economy currently is strong, and to what extent can the current ...

Financial Times

Markets aren't braced for four rate rise narrative
Financial Times
What's the story? US unemployment numbers are out, jobs are up, and wages are not as growing as fast as they were. Does this mean we are back in “Goldilocks”, or should the narrative be “Making America Great Again”? And as for world markets, can we go ...

Namibia Economist

GDP-linked bonds could be an insurance policy against depression
Greeks march in front of the Parliament in Athens during an anti-austerity rally in February 2017. By. RobertJ. Shilller. Columnist. LONDON (Project Syndicate) — The time has come for national governments around the world to start issuing their debt ...
Making the Case for Sovereign GDP-Linked BondsNamibia Economist

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Exclusive: Democrats plan crackdown on stock buyback boom - Mar ...
A bill set to be introduced on Thursday by Senator Tammy Baldwin would prohibit companies from repurchasing their shares on the open market, CNNMoney has learned.
Exclusive: Democrats plan crackdown on booming stock buybacksAction News Now

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Buy Facebook In The Wake Of Irrational Pessimism
Robert Shiller, the author of Irrational Exuberance, was awarded a Nobel prize in 2013 for showing that stock market volatility is greater than can be explained by any rational view of the future. What we are seeing in Facebook's stock is the opposite ...
How Trump Consultants Exploited the Facebook Data of MillionsNew York Times

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Graham Vs. Shiller: Is The US Stock Market Overvalued?
Seeking Alpha
At the 70th Annual CFA Institute Conference in 2017, there was a heated debate between Robert Shiller and Jeremy Siegel on whether the U.S. stock market is overvalued. On the one hand, Robert Shiller, the distinguished Yale economist and Nobel Laureate ...

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