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International experts from industry, academia, the financial community, and government share lessons learned from their efforts to objectively measure housing risk.

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In a letter to the editor of the Financial Times, Desmond Lachman notes that further dollar appreciation may cause turmoil in emerging markets that have large corporate debt stocks denominated in dollars.

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The U.S. ban on the exports of crude oil is a distortionary government policy that increases refining costs and product prices.

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Chart showing carbon dioxide emissions trends for the world's top five emitters - China, U.S., India, Russia and Japan.

China is no longer burning carbon as fast it can and is unlikely to resume doing so. Therefore, Beijing’s behavior does not justify President Barack Obama’s recent climate proposal.

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No large advanced economy does high-impact entrepreneurship like America.

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What’s going on in tech, business, and entrepreneurship today.

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When thinking about income redistribution in advanced economies, should consideration be given to the impact on poorer nations?

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Mathur, Slavov and Strain examine the impact of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) on part-time employment.

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As Europe raises the stakes yet again in the battle over the “right to be forgotten”, Google has yet to see support from the Obama administration.

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Canadian parents save less for retirement than Canadians without kids. And it’s probably deliberate.

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Maybe the past three decades were not the economic disaster that the left often suggests.

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