Amid all the political craziness at home and around the world, you may not have noticed that one bit of traditional policy wisdom is making a comeback. The biggest development […]
The Fed has taken the position that the distressing signals from around the world do not clearly warrant a large and definitive downward shift in the outlook for the U.S. […]
Larry Summers recently raised the possibility of the US economy being in danger of facing a long period of subpar growth. The fear is at least somewhat reflected in several […]
Fed Chairman Bernanke commented on the monetary policy outlook at a speech at the NBER a couple of weeks ago, and then again in Congressional Testimony. He gave a clear […]
The spring 2013 issue of the JHU magazine contains an interview with Lou Maccini and Chuck Clarvit about the establishment of the CFE in 2007.
The CFE is delighted to sponsor a series of lectures by JHU alumni currently at the IMF. We will kick off with a talk by Min Zhu, Hopkins PhD, who […]
Bloomberg Magazine asked CFE Co-Director Bob Barbera if the current low level of the VIX and high hedge fund leverage meant that the economy was on the brink of another […]
CFE co-director Bob Barbera spoke at the Hyman Minsky Conference on Financial Market Instability in Berlin on November 27 and 28. Here is a link to the conference program.