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Does the new China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank really mark an end to the existing western-dominated financial order? Our lead feature looks at both the economics and geopolitics behind this question.
Does the new China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank really mark an end to the existing western-dominated financial order? Our lead feature looks at both the economics and geopolitics behind this question. [more]
There is consensus among economists, politicians and commentators that America needs a massive infrastructure investment programme – even the two presidential candidates agree. In the name of balance, our lead feature sets out the counter argument. [more]
A lethargic economy, overwhelming refugee crisis, and a banking system that fails to inspire confidence— Europe seems besieged by intractable problems. Credible solutions exist but pursuing these requires policymakers to ditch decades of dearly-held beliefs, economic orthodoxy and dogma. [more]
The issue of eurozone indebtedness has been brought to a head with the victory of Syriza in Greece. All three features in this latest edition of Konzept focus on Europe – in particular on the past, present and future of managing debts. [more]
Liquidity is profoundly important to markets and economies. Whether in oil, volatility or corporate bonds it has been changing significantly as the crisis plays out. Four of the features in this issue of Konzept tackle the myths, mysteries, realities and implications of the changing shape of liquidity for investors, for regulators and for issuers. [more]
It is fashionable to say Germany is heading down the path of post-bubble Japan. But what if the Japan to worry about is not the deflationary 1990s but the previous decade when golf club memberships swapped hands for millions of dollars? And just as there is a risk investors fail to apply the lessons of a rising sun to Germany, there is a danger that Japan’s post-bubble era is ignored by China and South Korea. [more]