What's next? : unconventional wisdom on the future of the world economy / edited by David Hale and Lyric Hughes Hale.

New Haven [Conn.] : Yale University Press, c2011.
xxx, 332 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.


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  • Western hemisphere economies. The US recovery / David Hale ; The Canadian economy: prospects and challenges / Joshua Mendelsohn ; Mexico's interminable transition
  • 2011 and beyond / Timothy Heyman ; Is Latin America changing? / Pedro Pablo Kuczynski
  • Europe. The world bets on Europe, but the United States will probably win / Anatole Kaletsky
  • Asia. Asia's paradigm shift / Louis-Vincent Gave ; Japan: return to normal / Robert Madsen ; Japan: the interregnum goes on / Richard B. Katz
  • Southern hemisphere economies. Prospects for Sub-Saharan Africa in 2010-2011 / Keith Jefferis ; South Africa after 2010 / Iraj Abedian ; It didn't have to be that bad
  • the counterexample of Australia / Saul Eslake
  • Reserve currencies. The future of the US dollar as a reserve currency / John Greenwood ; Will the gold rally continue? / David Hale
  • The geopolitics of energy. In the shadow of peak oil, peak carbon, Iraqi nationalism, and paper barrels: the oil markets of the 2010s / Albert Bressand ; In the aftermath of Iran's latest revolution / Narimon Safavi ; Climate change: feasible policy and future carbon markets / Brian Fisher and Anna Matysek
  • Crisis and reform. Were banks bust in 2009? And did they really need much more capital? / Tim Congdon ; The Tobin tax: creating a global fiscal system to fund global public goods / Andrew Sheng ; Fiscal imbalances, economic growth, and tax policy: plucking more feathers from the golden goose / Jack Mintz ; Dodd-Frank financial reforms have a broad scope, and will likely have a modest impact / Michael T. Lewis ; The future of corporate compliance / Carole Basri
  • Neuroeconomics. The human side of investment decision-making / Thierry Malleret ; The diminishing returns of the information age / Mark Roeder.
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  • 0300170319 (pbk. : alk. paper)
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