“The first step is popping the myth that we can use financial markets naively to measure performance over short horizons…” Mihir A. Desai, Mizuho Financial Group professor of finance and professor of law, and HBS’s senior associate dean for planning and university affairs
Harvard Business School issues sober survey on U.S. competitiveness.
Menzie Chinn and Jeffry Frieden review recent U.S. economic woes in the context of the “capital flow cycle.”
Peering into the future—in print
A panel of Harvard economists addresses the causes of the financial crisis, policy responses, and long-term effects on employment.
Prospects for American economic recovery—and cautionary lessons from Japan
A Kennedy School graduate organizes the “free-agent economy.”
David Warsh reviews Robert J. Samuelson’s The Great Inflation and Its Aftermath
A panel of social scientists dissects past mistakes, and sees daunting fiscal and regulatory challenges ahead for the United States and Europe.
Financial regulation, moral hazard, and the end of “too big to fail”