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Interviews on Current Issues

Is the "Chicago School" to Blame in the Economic Crisis?

October 14, 2009

Michael Mussa, a former student and professor at the University of Chicago, assesses the influence—for good and for ill—of economics as espoused at the University of Chicago.


PIIE Debate: How Should the ECB Act to Counter Deflation? February 14, 2014

Reinhart, Rogoff, Research, and Replication April 25, 2013

A 'Crisis of Stupidity' in Europe? Part I March 20, 2013

A 'Crisis of Stupidity' in Europe? Part II March 20, 2013

European Fumble in Cyprus? March 19, 2013

Risky Repercussions from Cyprus: Another View March 13, 2013

Risky Repercussions from Cyprus March 12, 2013

A Trillion Dollar Platinum Solution to the Debt Ceiling? January 10, 2013

A US Court Showdown over Argentine Debt November 27, 2012

Looking Back with Morris Goldstein: Part II November 19, 2012