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Italy: on the verge of a political earthquake… on top of an economic crisis

Italy: on the verge of a political earthquake… on top of an economic crisis

A conversation with Fabrizio Goria (Linkiesta). Edition by LISWires/JPO based on an interview of Fabrizio Goria by Jorge Nascimento Rodrigues. Copyright LISWires/Janelanaweb.com.

World economy: a perfect storm in August?

The summer storm may not even come to form. But the ingredients are all present in the soup. The first ingredient appears on the other side of the world, Asia, and has to do, strangely, with… the price of pork in China.
@2011, Jorge Nascimento Rodrigues

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LEHMAN BROS FINANCIAL PANIC TWO YEARS AFTER

2008 Black September, 15 – 2010 Gray September, 15
No consensus at all about the causes of the Great Recession and regarding a radical reform of the financialization regime to be done. Three analysts in a virtual round table around the globe, from Boston, to Dublin, to Singapore.
A conversation with Economics Editor Marc Coleman, from Dublin, Financial Consultant and author Peter Cohan, from Boston, and David Caploe, Chief Economy Editor from EconomyWatch in Singapore.

RADIOGRAFIA LUSA A PRETO E BRANCO: Os calcanhares de Aquiles

Apesar do pico da crise da dívida portuguesa ter sido em Maio e já estar, para alguns mais optimistas, nas brumas da memória, os indicadores fundamentais da situação externa do país continuam os mesmos. O nervosismo especulativo dos investidores internacionais pode ter abrandado ligeiramente com o verão e desviado o foco de Portugal para a Irlanda, mas os desafios estruturais permanecem. Neste artigo, publicado originalmente na revista portuguesa Exame (na edição de Agosto de 2010), apresentamos um painel de bordo dos principais pontos fracos no final de 2009.

“Serial default is a surprisingly universal phenomenon, including the advanced economies” (Carmen Reinhart)

A conversation with Carmen Reinhart, professor of Economics, director of the Center for International Economics at the University of Maryland and the co-author with Kenneth S. Rogoff of “This Time is Different: Eight Centuries of Financial Folly.”

“Euro: uma missão difícil, mas não impossível” (Bill Witherell)

A Grécia foi ao mercado “testar” a confiança e sofreu um agravamento da probabilidade de bancarrota do país. Juntou-se a Irlanda, o ex-tigre celta, que viu, também, disparar o seu risco, ultrapassando o português. A zona euro sofreu novas ondas de choque aqui analisadas por Bill Witherell, economista-chefe da Cumberland Advisors. Estará o euro em “morte lenta”?

THE FATE OF GREECE – INSIGHTS FROM ATHENS

“The end of an era or the model of doing things Greek style has no future. Put bluntly, the Greece of yesteryear is bankrupt.”
A conversation with Jens Bastian, economist at ELIAMEP, Athens.

This financial crisis was different (from the past financial panics of the 20th Century)

A conversation with Gary Dymski, professor of Economics, University of California at Riverside

Interview by Jorge Nascimento Rodrigues, 2010 ©