Institute research staff offer their analyses of current economic and political events in these brief interviews. The views expressed in these interviews are those of the interviewee(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the individual members of the Institute's Board of Directors or its Advisory Committee. We welcome feedback from listeners and encourage you to convey your comments directly to the person interviewed.
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US-China Relations: A New Round of Talks
June 27, 2013 | Transcript [pdf]
Nicholas R. Lardy says that the upcoming Strategic and Economic Dialogue will focus heavily on mutual charges of hacking and cyber espionage.
China's Credit Squeeze: How Big a Threat?
June 24, 2013 | Transcript [pdf]
Nicholas R. Lardy discusses the turmoil surrounding short-term rates in China and says long-term growth, while slowing down, is not threatened.
What Do the Turks Want?
June 20, 2013 | Transcript [pdf]
Caroline Freund says that behind the political issues, Turks are upset about the declining economy and the government's development priorities.
Stormy Weather After US-China Summit
June 18, 2013 | Transcript [pdf]
Nicholas Borst explains that pledges between Presidents Obama and Xi to cooperate have been undercut by recriminations over cyber espionage.
Lingering Prospects for US Financial Reform
June 10, 2013 | Transcript [pdf]
Simon Johnson says that despite a push back from the financial industry, Congress is taking a close look at increasing capital requirements for banks.
Market Volatility in Japan: A Verdict on Abenomics?
June 7, 2013 | Transcript [pdf]
Adam S. Posen says the market turmoil in Japan may actually be a sign that Prime Minister Abe's economic policies are working.
A New US-China Relationship? Part II
May 30, 2013 | Transcript [pdf]
Nicholas R. Lardy says the Chinese leadership's stated intention to liberalize the domestic economy could portend important changes sought by the United States.