Cooperation and competition among regional financial arrangements (RFAs) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) increasingly determine the effectiveness of the global financial safety net (GFSN), which many observers fear is becoming fragmented.
Paul James Sheard is an Australian-American economist. He is Senior Fellow at Harvard Kennedy School's Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and Government, after previously being Vice Chairman of S&P Global.
In 2017, Hungary’s ruling Fidesz party, led by Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, passed a law banning foreign-registered universities that do not offer courses in their home country, a move that seemed to target George Soros’s Central Europe University (CEU).
Two years ago, Zhou Xiaochuan, then China’s central bank governor, told a press conference at the 19th Communist party Congress in Beijing that too many procyclical factors in the economy and excessive optimism risked generating “accumulating contradictions that could lead to the so-called Minsky moment”.
As we enter a new decade, characterized by rising economic complexity and geopolitical divisions — U.S.-China tensions, populism and nationalism in Europe, and the looming risk of a global recession
St. Louis-based Neocova announced Tuesday the “official launch” of its core banking platform, marking another step in the startup’s rapid growth this year.