Author Archives: Bob Barbera

China’s Economic Path

Dr. Barbera has appeared on our blog before with some prescient thoughts. We now have two new posts from him—one on China, and the second on the Fed. Bob’s thoughts on China, published at Johns Hopkins, December 24, 2015, lay out a slightly different view than we are hearing. In the piece below, Bob brings […]
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Not Quite Impotent, but a World Away from Omnipotent

In this blog, Bob says let’s not blame all today’s problems on the US Fed (although some find that tempting). We are in a complex, idiosyncratic, interlinked world. This supports Bob’s view that we have to look at the pieces. Of course, China is a big one.—Jack Rivkin   Not Quite Impotent, but a World […]
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