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Currency Wars and Multinational Tax Evasion — Time for Real Action.

The final communique by the G-20 in Moscow implicitly addressed Japan’s recent monetary policies and quantitative easing in the U.S. The G-20 proclaimed the need for global market forces to set exchange rates. It called for resisting monetary policies that can result in … Continue reading

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International Organizations and International Transactions — Can Global Agreements Help Resolve Conflict Over Sovereign Debt Restructurings and Investments by State-Owned Enterprises?

Two international economic areas have been in the news recently as wrought with conflict and need of a better mechanism to resolve disputes. The first is sovereign debt restructuring as evidenced by Argentina and Greece. The second is the conduct … Continue reading

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