Janet Yellen calls for a global minimum tax on companies. Could it happen?

by admin | on Apr 6

Many countries want to link a deal to the trickier issue of taxing rights on profitsApr 6th 2021CORPORATE TAXATION is ...

Robert A. Mundell, a Father of the Euro and Reaganomics, Dies at 88

by admin | on Apr 5

His ideas were promoted with evangelical fervor in the 1970s particularly by two economists: Arthur Laffer, who became known for ...

Biden says higher corporate tax would not hurt U.S. economy as Manchin opposes 28% rate

by admin | on Apr 5

President Joe Biden talks to reporters on the South Lawn of the White House, in Washington, U.S., March 14, 2021.Cheriss ...

Fear of Inflation Finds a Foothold in the Bond Market

by admin | on Mar 26

The so-called bond vigilantes may be back, 30 years after they led a sell-off in Treasury securities over the prospect ...

Unemployment Claims Are Lowest Since Pandemic Began

by admin | on Mar 25

The Fed changed its policy framework last year to focus on “shortfalls” from full employment, rather than “deviations.” In practice, ...

Larry Summers Warned About Inflation. Fed Officials Push Back.

by admin | on Mar 25

Federal Reserve officials pushed back on Thursday against concerns raised by two prominent economists — Lawrence H. Summers, the former ...

How 10 Economists Think About the Economy Potentially Overheating

by admin | on Mar 24

Olivier Blanchard, senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics and former chief economist of the International Monetary FundI ...

How 10 Prominent Economists Think About Overheating

by admin | on Mar 24

Olivier Blanchard, senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics and former chief economist of the International Monetary FundI ...

Why Finance Gurus Switched Their Bait From Millions to Thousands of Dollars

by admin | on Mar 24

“Mark your calendar, there’s a big day coming!” On Jan. 9, with the dream of $2,000 stimulus checks not yet ...

Some pleasant fiscal arithmetic – Should governments in emerging economies worry about their debt? | Finance & economics

by admin | on Mar 17

FINANCE MINISTERS of yesteryear would have been shocked by the amount of borrowing their successors must now contemplate. But they ...

Rinse and repeat – Washing machines reveal how trade and competition are linked | Finance & economics

by admin | on Mar 17

Feb 11th 2021Washington, DCAMERICAN WASHING-MACHINE makers received a parting gift from President Donald Trump. Days before leaving office, he extended ...

Free exchange – The prices of sports cards and odd collectibles are booming, too | Finance & economics

by admin | on Mar 17

Feb 25th 2021THE S&P 500 may be setting new highs, but to really take the measure of market exuberance look ...



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