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1. Chinese Investments in the US and EU Are Declining—for Similar Reasons

2. The Rise of Global Innovation by US Multinationals Poses Risks and Opportunities

3. Survival of the International Monetary Fund and Global Economic Cooperation

4. What Next for the IMF?

5. Service Sector Reform in China

6. How Not to Regulate Insurance Markets: The Risks and Dangers of Solvency II

7. : From Rapid Recovery to Slowdown: Why Recent Economic Growth in Latin America Has Been Slow

8. Too Much Finance, or Statistical Illusion?

9. Gains from Harmonizing US and EU Auto Regulations under the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership

10. Reshoring by US Firms: What Do the Data Say?

11. Do Public Development Banks Hurt Growth? Evidence from Brazil

12. An Assessment of the Korea-China Free Trade Agreement

13. World on the Move: The Changing Global Income Distribution and Its Implications for Consumption Patterns and Public Policies

14. Estimates of Fundamental Equilibrium Exchange Rates, November 2015

15. Stability Bonds for the Euro Area

16. An Assessment of the Korea-China Free Trade Agreement

17. Rethinking the National Export Initiative

18. A Proposed Code to Discipline Local Content Requirements

19. Is the European Central Bank Failing Its Price Stability Mandate?

20. Monetary Policy with Abundant Liquidity: A New Operating Framework for the Federal Reserve

21. Income Inequality Developments in the Great Recession

22. Addressing Currency Manipulation Through Trade Agreements

23. Making Labor Market Reforms Work for Everyone: Lessons from Germany

24. IMF Reform Is Waiting on the United States

25. Should Korea Join the Trans-Pacific Partnership?

26. Estimates of Fundamental Equilibrium Exchange Rates, November 2014

27. Going Beyond Economic Engagement: Why South Korea Should Press the North on Labor Standards and Practices

28. Alternatives to Currency Manipulation: What Switzerland, Singapore, and Hong Kong Can Do

29. US Policies toward Liquefied Natural Gas and Oil Exports: An Update

30. Understanding Differences in Growth Performance in Latin America and Developing Countries between the Asian and Global Financial Crises

31. Rapid Growth in Emerging Markets and Developing Economies: Now and Forever?

32. Implementation of the Santiago Principles for Sovereign Wealth Funds: A Progress Report

33. Five Challenges for Janet Yellen at the Federal Reserve

34. Estimates of Fundamental Equilibrium Exchange Rates, November 2013

35. Stabilizing Properties of Flexible Exchange Rates: Evidence from the Global Financial Crisis

36. US Employment Deindustrialization: Insights from History and the International Experience

37. Financial Services in the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership

38. Governing the Federal Reserve System after the Dodd-Frank Act

39. Progress on Sovereign Wealth Fund Transparency and Accountability: An Updated SWF Scoreboard

40. China's Credit Boom: New Risks Require New Reforms

41. Lehman Died, Bagehot Lives: Why Did the Fed and Treasury Let a Major Wall Street Bank Fail?

42. Updated Estimates of Fundamental Equilibrium Exchange Rates

43. Hyperinflations Are Rare, but a Breakup of the Euro Area Could Prompt One

44. How Can Trade Policy Help America Compete?

45. Why a Breakup of the Euro Area Must Be Avoided: Lessons from Previous Breakups

46. Combating Widespread Currency Manipulation

47. The Coming Resolution of the European Crisis: An Update

48. Currency Manipulation, the US Economy, and the Global Economic Order

49. Europe's Single Supervisory Mechanism and the Long Journey Towards Banking Union

50. Southern Europe Ignores Lessons from Latvia at Its Peril