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    A Great Europeist's Request for a Turning Point

    A politician who is a realist, with a long history, including the role of a critical protagonist in Italy's decision to enter the European Monetary System

    – Guido Gentili

    The Federal Reserve's Captive Minds

    CHICAGO - Before the US government shutdown took center stage in American politics, all attention was focused on President Barack Obama's likely pick as next

    – by Luigi Zingales

    The Paranoid Style in Economics

    NEW DELHI - Why do high-profile economic tussles turn so quickly to ad hominem attacks? Perhaps the most well-known recent example has been the Nobel laureate

    – by Raghuram Rajan

    German Banks on Top

    CHICAGO - Overcoming the European Union's current economic malaise, as almost everyone acknowledges, requires deeper integration, with the first step taking

    – by Luigi Zingales

    We, the Corporations?

    CHICAGO - You would think that would be sufficient to bring an issue to the top of the US Securities and Exchange Commission's agenda. But public opinion does

    – by Luigi Zingales

    Conflict Management and Economic Growth

    NEW DELHI - One of the most interesting aspects of the prolonged economic crisis in Europe, and of the even longer crisis in Japan, is the absence of serious

    – by Raghuram Rajan

    Why India Slowed

    NEW DELHI - For a country as poor as India, growth should be what Americans call a no-brainer. It is largely a matter of providing public goods: decent

    – by Raghuram Rajan

    Mario Draghi's Opiate of the Markets

    CHICAGO - From the standpoint of European stability, the Italian elections could not have delivered a worse outcome. Italy's parliament is divided among three

    – by Luigi Zingales

    Will Programmers Rule?

    NEW DELHI - Marc Andreessen made his first fortune writing the code that became Netscape Navigator, the Internet browser. He is now a venture capitalist who

    – by Raghuram Rajan

    Financial Stars Behind Bars?

    CHICAGO - Hardly a day goes by without a settlement between a bank and a US government agency or regulator. The latest one is between Bank of America and the

    – by Luigi Zingales

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