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September 14, 12 Bernanke sets job creation as the Fed's priority Hudson Institute
September 10, 12 Casual The Weekly Standard
September 7, 12 Weak jobs report puts the ball in the Fed's court Hudson Institute
September 6, 12 Clinton makes the best argument for...Obama The Weekly Standard
August 31, 12 Bernanke punts, but gets the ball back next week when the monetary policy committee meets Hudson Institute
August 25, 12 It isn't easy to decide whether to ease Hudson Institute
August 20, 12 New York Times omits crucial details from Saudi oil report The Weekly Standard
August 17, 12 Retail Sales - sex sells, all others, discount Hudson Institute
August 13, 12 Unemploy Obama The Weekly Standard
August Recycling to nowhere The Weekly Standard
August 3, 12 The Jobs Report Nothing to Write Home About Hudson Insitute
August 1, 12 Recycling to nowhere The Weekly Standard
July 27, 12 Take your pick gloom, gloomier or gloomiest Hudson Institute
July 23, 12 When Bankers Behave Badly The Weekly Standard
July 21, 12 The Economy is slowing, but perhaps not for long Hudson Institute
July 16, 12 Subsidies old and new The Weekly Standard
July 13, 12 Forget the past three years, let's talk about fairness Hudson Institute
July 6, 2012 The two percent solution isn't one Hudson Institute
June 29, 12 Economy-watchers should keep an eye on the courts Hudson Institute
June 22, 12 A rapidly changing energy world, or perhaps not Hudson Institute
June 17, 12 Buck stops in Washington, not in Berlin Hudson Institute
June 7, 12 How safe is the US safe haven Hudson Institute
June 1, 12 The tunnel may be long but there is a light at its end Hudson Institute
May 25, 12 America plods forward while the rest of the world slows Hudson Institute
May 18, 12 Fear Athens less and Washington more  
May 12, 12 China remains an unlovely but necessary trading partner Hudson Institute
May 5, 12 One thing is clear, not enough new jobs Hudson Institute
April 27, 12 Europe's cold win cool's American Sentiment Hudson Institute
April 23, 12 Casual TWS The Weekly Standard
April 21, 12 Shareholders of the world, unite.  You have nothing to lose... Hudson Insitute
April 13, 12 American and Europe, different paths in the search for prosperity Hudson Insitute
April 6, 12 A disappointing jobs report and doom at the end of the tunnel  
March 30, 12 When it comes to energy policy, it's the politics, stupid Hudson Institute
March 23, 12 A World Headed for De-Globalization Hudson Institute
March 17, 12 A good week for the President, the Prime Minister and the economy.  For drivers not so good Hudson Institute
March 10, 12 (Almost) Everything coming up roses for the President Hudson Institute
March 3, 12 Here comes a recovery -- maybe  
Feb 24, 12 Recoveries and oil don't mix
Feb 17, 12 Trade is war but by other means  
Feb 12, 12 China, Trade and Heathrow Huff Post
Feb 10, 12 The economy grows and with it Obama's approval rating  
Feb 3, 12 The voice of the trade hawk is heard in the land  
Jan 30, 12 Tariffs not tax breaks The Weekly Standard
Jan 28, 2012 You said you want certainty  
Jan 21, 12 Forget energy independence, producers have America over a barrel  
Jan 16, 12 Bankers versus capitalism The Weekly Standard
Jan 15, 12 The Bain of Romney's Campaign  
Jan 6, 12 A Bit of New Year Cheer Hudson Institute
Dec 22, 11 No Christmas truce in the political wars Hudson Institute
Dec 16, 11 Democracy and capitalism under threat Hudson Institute
November 26, 11 We have so much else to be thankful for that we can bear our political class Hudson Institute
November 18, 11 A few rays of sunshine to brighten the holidays Hudson Institue
November 11, 11 Can the European Contagion Infect America Hudson Insitute
November 5, 11 The good, the bad and the ambiguous Hudson Institute
October 28, 11 The campaign is worth every cent Hudson Institute
October 21, 11 Globalization is great -- unless it isn't Hudson Institute
October 7, 11 When some foreign nation restrains the importation of our manufactures... Hudson Institute
September 30, 11 We are all Europeans now Hudson Institute
September 23, 11 Willie Sutton Hudson Institute
September 16, 11 The good news, bad policies can be changed Hudson Institute
September 9, 11 The president speaks but to voters rather than to congress Hudson Institute
September 7, 11 There is good reason for gloom but not for doom Hudson Institute
August 26, 11 Bernanke Rests, and Leaves it to the Pols Hudson Institute
August 19, 11 Spending and printing are not the only weapons in the pro-growth arsenal Hudson Institute
August 12, 11 Structural problems more worrying than cyclical ones Hudson Institute
August 5, 11 America's future, another decade older and deeper in debt Hudson Institute
July 29, 11 Waiting for the president's plan is like waiting for Godot Hudson Institute
July 22, 11 This time is not different, or so it seems Hudson Institute
July 18, 11 Euro-zone summit gets the band-aid ready Wall Street Journal
July 15, 2011 Is the Obama legacy too much debt now, too little growth in the long run Hudson Institute
July 11, 11 ECB is heading for some hefty iceberg Wall Street Journal
July 8, 11 High unemployment appear to be a price our transformative president is willing to pay Hudson Institute
July 1, 11 Men are at some time masters of their fates... Hudson Institute
June 27, 11 Global banking is what's really in crisis Wall Street Journal
June 24, 11 Loose money and deficit spending have not cured what ails the economy Hudson Institute
June 20, 11 If all else fails, lower your standards Wall Street Journal
June 17, 11 Iran now a key player in deciding America's energy future Hudson Institute
June, 11 David and George, make up your minds Standpoint
June 10, 11 Impressions Hudson Institute
June 6, 11 Europe's daily soap opera keeps rolling Wall Street Journal
June 5, 11 The economy dips but the president doesn't Hudson Institute
May 30, 11 Default, get thee from my euroland house Wall Street Journal
May 27, 11 The dollar isn't about to fade from the scene Hudson Institute
May 23, 11 Waking up to Greece's default position Wall Street Journal
May 23, 11 Drunken Sailors to sober up or walk the plank Hudson Institute
May 16, 11 There'll always be an England, Casual The Weekly Standard
May 16, 11 Dissecting three aspects of the euro-zone drama Wall Street Journal
May 13, 11 America The Resilient Hudson Institute
May 9, 11 The Coming Euro Crack-Up The Weekly Standard
May 9, 11 A scheme to make Charles Ponzi proud Wall Street Journal
May 6, 11 The president on a roll Hudson Institute
May 2, 11 Reality Trumps Antics Hudson Institute
May 2, 11 The euro zone has little to smile about
Spring 11 Growth Ethos
April 27, 11 Europe is Cameron's Achilles heel New Statesman
April 22, 11 Downgrades, Deficits, Deals Hudson Institute
April 18, 11 Will Spain be a domino or a dam Wall Street Journal
April 15, 11 We are all deficit-cutters now Hudson Institute
April 11, 11 Portugal gets a little friendly advice Wall Street Journal
April 11, 11 The battle shifts from how much to spend to how much to cut Hudson Institute
April, 11 A Budget for growth, but not yet bold enough Standpoint
April 4, 11 Beyond the EU policy makers' dream Wall Street Journal
April 2, 11 The US recovery bucks international headwinds Hudson Institute
March 28, 11 New ESM won't solve euro-zone woes Wall Street Journal
March 25, 11 The President Focuses on Jobs, the Media on War and Nukes Hudson Institute
March 21, 11 Prepare for a European Union Divided in Two Wall Street Journal
March 18, 11 The Economic Consequences of Problems in Japan and the Middle East Hudson Institute
March 14, 11 Debt Deal Provides Wrong Incentives
March 12, 11 Finally confronting debt, but only perhaps Hudson Institute
March 7, 11 A Libyan oil shock The Weekly Standard
March 5, 11 The data jigsaw puzzle Hudson Institute
February 21, 11 Conflicting Agendas Doom Summits Wall Street Journal
February 18, 11 Doing the right thing - eventually Hudson Institute
February 5, 11 Recovery is one thing, jobs are another Hudson Institute
January 31, 11 The rights and wrongs of Ed Balls New Statesman
January 29, 11 Floating on a sea of red ink Hudson Institute
January 24, 11 Spain can still avoid financial doom Wall Street Journal
January 17, 11 Our broken China policy The Weekly Standard
January 17, 11 Advice for Eurocracy, Take a Tip From Nike and, Just Do It
January 15, 11 What you sees is not quite what you gets Hudson Institute
January 10, 11 Who is the Euro Zone's Alexander Hamilton
January 8, 11 Some Cheer, Some Worries Hudson Institute
December 29, 10 Euroland moves from tragedy to farce Wall Street Journal
December 20, 10 Euro-zone song is an ode to indecision Wall Street Journal
December 13, 10 Take Euroland boasting with a pinch of disaggreation Wall Street Journal
November 29, 10 Warning Signs are there for Italy
November 22, 10 Dublin fights losing battle against absentee landlord Wall Street Journal
November 20, 10 Do not resuscitate, Spectator Spectator
November 15, 10 EU strugglers could soon reach for the hair shirts Wall Street Journal
November 8, 10 Statistics don't help in the battle between stimulus and austerity Wall Street Journal
November 1, 10 Giving up sovereignty is a high price to save a currency UK never adopted Wall Street Journal
October 27, 10 George Osborne, the antidote to Beveridge The Guardian
October 25, 10 The austerity medicine is being taken, and now we wait to see its side effects
October 21, 10 Hounding no win, no fee lawyers is an attack on the poor The Times
October 18, 10 Euro-zone economy splits optimists from pessimists Wall Street Journal
October 13, 10 How to make immigration work in Britain's interest The Telegraph
October 11, 10 Don't expect a breakthrough on Austerity at G-20 summit Wall Street Journal
October 4, 10 Bill Clinton's lesson for Labour, The Guest Column New Statesman
September 27, 10 Euroland should prepare for more ups and downs in its yo-yo economy Wall Street Journal
September 13, 10 Why we should be grateful to Tony New Statesman
August 30, 10 Does the French government really believe its own economic forecasts Wall Street Journal
August 26, 10 Too bad for Balls that he has baggage New Statesman
August 23, 10 Global shivers mean that nobody escapes the worsening economic cold Wall Street Journal
August 16, 10 Europe's two-speed dilemma Wall Street Journal
August 9, 10 Our Predatory Trading Partners The Weekly Standard
August 9, 10 Everything is fine with Greece, just ignore some facts Wall Street Journal
August 2, 10 Titanic-Style Problems for Euro Zone Wall Street Journal
July 31, 10 What Washington thought of Cameron Spectator
July 26, 10 Stress tests have good and bad news, depending on which way you look Wall Street Journal
July 19, 10 Investors will soon be stressing growth rather than euro-zone's stress test Wall Street Journal
July 12, 10 Poland's determination for reform may be a model for the rest of Europe Wall Street Journal
July 5, 10 The Obama Formula The Weekly Standard
June 28, 10 For all the talking G-20 leaders do, the bond vigilantes are in charge Wall Street Journal
June 14 The Yuan thing that matters Wall Street Journal
June 7, 10 Unless two imbalances can be fixed, two new crises will follow this one Wall Street Journal
May 31, 10 To really save the euro, Europe needs to take an ax to its tangle of red tape Wall Street Journal
May 25, 10 And the Oscar for the hardest hit from the Greek bailout goes to... Wall Street Journal
May 24, 10 Cohabitation, English style
May 17, 10 You wanted the job, George Osborne The Guardian
May 16, 10 Articles/2010/The Euro Party's Over.  What Now. WSJE May 16, 10.pdf Wall Street Journal
May 15, 10 Requiem for a heavyweight
May 12, 10 The Sun The Sun
May 10, 10 Labour's wrong to get rid of Brown The Guardian
May 10, 10 For Euroland, First Comes Pain, Then Comes the Hard Work, WSJE Wall Street Journal
May 3, 10 Even if bailout ends contagion, euroland is changed forever Wall Street Journal
April 24, 10 A successful restructuring in Greece may leave a weaker Europe Economy Wall Street Journal
April 19, 10 Greek Problems will drive integration Wall Street Journal
April 12, 10 How the euro zone will manage once the Greece fiasco is resolved Wall Street Journal
April 9, 10 Obama Administration's damage is reversible The Examiner
April 9, 10 Articles/2010/Diary, Spectator, April 9, 10.pdf Spectator
April 6, 10 Spain is getting its economic vision from Peggy Lee and Frank Sinatra Wall Street Journal
April 5, 10 Small Bras and the Value-Added-Tax Wall Street Journal
March 22, 10 Resolving Europe's economic dilemma will require more than sleight of hand Wall Street Journal
March 15, 10 Greece takes steps to solve its problems, while Germany gropes tho define its future Wall Street Journal
March 12, 10 Debt will hurt U.S. foreign policy too The Examiner
March 8, 10 So Greece has cleared some obstacles, but will Spain overcome its hurdles Wall Street Journal
March 8, 10 Greece's financial crisis The Weekly Standard
March 5, 10 They're not laughing at US as before The Examiner
March 3, 10 In protectionism, national interest must trump manager's cushy jobs Wall Street Journal
March 1, 10 The EU faces another crucial crisis, its determination to be ineffectual Wall Street Journal
February 26, 10 It would be worse if we were Europe The Examiner
February 12, 10 Beware presidents bearing bipartisan gifts The Examiner
Aug 31, 09 Pay Day The Weekly Standard
Aug 28, 09 Seven lessons of Cash-for-clunkers' failure The Examiner
Aug 9, 09 Cameron is much more than sizzle.  And Obama knows it The Guardian
July 29, 09
July 27, 09 No NHS, please, we're American The Weekly Standard
July 22, 09 This shotgun marriage of minds between Labour and the Tories won't last The Spectator
June 27, 09 No more consensus, this time there is a choice The Spectator
June 23, 09 Gordon Brown hans't beaten off the EU financial regulator The Daily Telegraph
June 13, 09 This is how you should use your reprieve, Gordon The Spectator
June 8, 09 Say it ain't so Larry The Weekly Standard
June 2, 09 Ed Balls deserves his chance at No 11 The Daily Telegraph
June 1, 09 Dollar Downer: China gets nervous NY Post
May 11, 09 The party of yes but The Weekly Standard
April 13, 09 Schiller Review The Weekly Standard
April 5, 09 The G20 did not harm to what just might be an emergency recovery Hudson Institute
March 31, 09 The G2 where the real action is NY Post
March 27, 09 Will the G-20 become the G2 Hudson Institute
March 26, 09 China's Dollar Jitters NY Post
March 20, 09 Recovery Today, Inflation Tomorrow Hudson Institute
March 13, 09 Politics trumps economics in driving the economy Hudson Institute
March 11, 09 Slowly, the Torie's vision begins to emerge The Daily Telegraph
March 9, 09 The Ghosts of Smoot and Hawley The Weekly Standard
March 6, 09 Conferring is not the same as coordinating Hudson Institute
March 4, 09 Speaking softly, but without the big stick The Daily Telegraph
Feb 25, 09 Brown risks reining in the banks too far The Daily Telegraph
Feb 23, 09 After the big squeeze New Statesman
Feb 20, 09 This stool has four legs Hudson Institute
Feb 13, 09 An Unstimulating Stimulus Hudson Institute
Feb 11, 09 Will Britain choose to make a difference The Daily Telegraph
Feb 6, 09 The Unstimulating Effect of Buy American Hudson Institute
Feb 4, 09 Ken has joined Gordon's blind march to ruin The Daily Telegraph
Jan 30, 09 Sino-American Relations Under Strain Hudson Institute
Jan 28, 09 Keep your eye on the green shoots of sanity The Daily Telegraph
Jan 23, 09 Obama's exit strategy Hudson Institute
Jan 21, 09 Obama wants more than words from Brown The Daily Telegraph
Jan 21, 09 Following the path of Lincoln, Telegraph extra The Daily Telegraph
Jan 19, 09 The old order changeth, giving place to the new Hudson Institute
Jan 14, 09 Which way will Obama jump on Israel The Daily Telegraph
Jan 9, 09 Defining Fiscal Deviancy Down Hudson Institute
Jan 8, 09 Green taxes would be good for British jobs, Telegraph The Daily Telegraph
Jan 5, 09 The Sibylline Books remain closed Hudson Institute
Jan 5, 09 A monetary problem The Weekly Standard
Dec 31, 08 The special relationship will soon turn sour The Daily Telegraph
Dec 24, 08 Britain is well placed, if sense prevails The Daily Telegraph
Dec 17, 08 Can we be certain about Brown's faults The Daily Telegraph
Dec 11, 08 Brown should blame himself, not the US The Daily Telegraph
Dec 8, 09 Jobs, Cars and Other Bad News Hudson Institute
Dec 8, 09 Power to those who challenge industry's dinosaurs Financial Times
Dec 8, 08 Wrinklies at Work The Weekly Standard
Dec 3, 08 How on earth will Brown pay it all back The Daily Telegraph
Dec 1, 08 Our Hapless Automakes The Weekly Standard
Nov 29, 08 Sarkozy's dream of taming America is doomed Spectator
Nov 26, 08 Gordon Brown and David Cameron are both right The Daily Telegraph
Nov 24, 08 Glimmers of hope on the economy NY Post
Nov 19, 08 Brown demands your money and organs The Daily Telegraph
Nov 17, 08 The worst case scenario The Weekly Standard
Nov 14, 08 Washington Cheers, The Nation Groans Hudson Institute
Nov 12, 08 We don't want another Bretton Woods The Daily Telegraph
Nov 08, 08 The Tory quest for a fiscal Holy Grail is doomed The Spectator
Oct 18, 08 Brown must stop sounding like a sore winner The Spectator
Oct 11, 08 It's worth giving Mandelson a job if it keeps him out of trouble The Spectator
October 8, 08 Visible Hands The New Republic
October 3, 08 A touch or Xenophobia in the night Hudson Institute
Sept 24, 08 Suddenly McCain is on dangerous ground The Daily Telegraph
Sept 19, 08 We still need an innovative financial sector Hudson Institute
Sept 17, 08 Why you Brits will never 'get' Sarah Palin The Daily Telegraph
Sept 12, 08 Noisily Flows the Red Ink Hudson Institute
Sept 11, 08 Here's how Brown could do the business The Daily Telegraph
Sept 8, 08 Listening to the Sam's Clubbers The Weekly Standard
Sept 5, 08 A look ahead Hudson Institute
August 29, 08 The Democrats' America vs The Real Thing Hudson Institute
August 27, 08 It's time fro Brown to behave like Brown The Daily Telegraph
August 22, 08 The Triumph of the Capitulators Hudson Institute
August 20, 08 Which of the three wise men will save us? The Daily Telegraph
August 19, 08 It's not easy to separate the good news from the bad Hudson Institute
August 8, 08 Let the Games Begin... Hudson Institute
August 6, 08 Old King Coal may be our saviour yet The Daily Telegraph
August 1, 08 A Slow Down Is Not A Recession Hudson Institute
July 30, 08 Bush spikes some of McCain's guns The Daily Telegraph
July 28, 08 Getting and Spending The Weekly Standard
July 27, 08 McCain forgot to watch his back Hudson Institute
July 21, 08 Soul trying times Hudson Institute
July 13, 08 Discontented Americans are Worriers, no Whiners Hudson Institute
July 2 08 Oil and Interest Rate Policy Sometimes Don't Mix Hudson Institute
July 2, 09 Brown would achieve more by doing less The Daily Telegraph
June 23, 08 Casual The Weekly Standard
June 30, 08 Obamanomics The Weekly Standard
June 23, 08 Where is Solomon when we need him Hudson Institute
June 18, 08 President Obama would be bad for Britain The Daily Telegraph
June 17, 08 The focus shifts to inflation Hudson Institute
June 4, 08 Just what did send voters over the edge The Daily Telegraph
June 2, 08 Two Cheers for High Oil Prices Hudson Institute
May 31, 08 Obama and McCain offer a choice, not an echo The Spectator
May 26, 09 Our hopeless energy policy The Weekly Standard
May 21, 08 Lower, simpler, fairer - a plan to reform tax The Daily Telegraph
May 12, 08 It All Depends on What the Meaning of It is Hudson Institute
May 7, 08 New York has plenty of lessons for Boris The Daily Telegraph
May 5, 08 Will the economy respond... Hudson Institute
May 3, 08 Balls wants a 100 per cent tax on inheritance brains The Spectator
April 29, 08 Peak Oil Panic is Not the Same as Peak Oil Hudson Institute
April 29, 08 High priced oil the Real costs NY Post
April 23, 08 Brown's global vision is seriously flawed The Daily Telegraph
April 21, 08 Embrace Your Inner Teddy Roosevelt The Weekly Standard
April 14, 08 Central Bankers Need Not Grin, But They Must Bear It Hudson Institute
April 8, 08 Wall Street welcomes the Fed Hudson Institute
April 7, 08 The Credit Crisis of 2008 The Weekly Standard
March 26, 08 Anything is possible for New Yorkers The Daily Telegraph
March 18, 08 To Bail or not to Bail Hudson Institute
March 15, 08 Go nuclear, but keep your hand in your wallet The Spectator
March 12, 08 Sometimes, it is just plain market abuse The Wall Street Journal
March 11, 08 The US Election Seen From Abroad Hudson Institute
March 5, 08 Bad might not come to worse Hudson Institute
March 5, 08 Class warfare returns to the heart of Labour The Daily Telegraph
Feb 26, 08 The Good News Is That Not All Of The News Is Bad Hudson Institute
Feb 20, 08 Who does Brown want in the White House The Daily Telegraph
Feb 18, 08 Beware the Bankers' Complaints Hudson Institute
Feb 17, 08 Brown's wild non-dom gamble The Sunday Times
Feb 12, 08 This Election Matters Hudson Institute
Feb 11, 08 The 72 Billion Arriviste The Weekly Standard
Feb 6, 08 Why Brown and Bush may pay the price for free trade crusade The Daily Telegraph
Feb 5, 08 Will we need the 1% solution Hudson Institute
Jan 29, 08 The Old Order Changeth Hudson Institute
Jan 28, 08 Prepare to be Stimulated The Weekly Standard
Jan 23, 08 Pay donors and watch the organs flood in The Daily Telegraph
Jan 08 Microsoft Transatlantic Backwash European Lawyer
Jan 19, 08 The Economic Consequences of Mr Brown The Spectator
Jan 9, 08 Britain's taxes must attract wealth creators Daily Telegraph
Dec 24, 07 Try a little forgiveness The Weekly Standard
Dec 8, 07 Guess what? Gordon has done something right The Spectator
Dec 3, 07 Banks Are Not the Only Game in Town Hudson Institute
Nov 28, 07 Tories must become the different party The Daily Telegraph
Nov 26, 07 The Fed's dilemma Hudson Institute
Nov 26, 07 Why they call it the dismal science The Weekly Standard
Nov 24, 07 Brown has outsourced British foreign policy The Spectator
Nov 20, 07 The Dollar: Gradual Decline or a Rout? Hudson Institute
Nov 14, 07 Politicians aren't making economic sense The Daily Telegraph
Nov 12, 07 Recession Talk So Far Is Just That - Talk Hudson Institute
Nov 6, 07 Look Past Our Current Troubles To Others That Await Hudson Institute
Oct 29, 07 Fewer Flights, Crowded Planes, and Soaring Profits Hudson Institute
Oct 22, 07 Down Come Houses, Up Goes Spending Hudson Institute
Oct 20, 07 Listen to Adam Smith: Inheritance tax is good The Spectator
Oct 10, 07 At last, Britons can make a real choice The Daily Telegraph
Oct 8, 07 Meetings, Meetings, Meetings Hudson Institute
Sept 26, 07 Gordon's good intentions will hurt The Daily Telegraph
Sept 25, 07 Warning Solutions Aren't Always Cool Hudson Institute
Sept 22, 07 Brown and his critics must admit their errors The Spectator
Sept 17, 07 Flexibility+Entrepreneurship=Resilience Hudson Institute
Sep 12, 07 Condi's charm enhances her power The Daily Telegraph
Sept 10, 07 OPEC meets on 9-11 Hudson Institute
Sept 2, 07 Labor Day 2007. Americans Grill While Bernanke Ponders Hudson Institute
Aug 29, 07 Brown can't be bullied into a referendum The Daily Telegraph
Aug 25, 07 David Cameron should learn a lesson from Willy Loman The Spectator
Aug 20, 07 Bagehot's Playbook for Bernanke The Weekly Standard
Aug 17, 07 Bernanke to the rescue Hudson Institute
Aug 15, 07 How to stop Britons feeling like strangers in their own land The Daily Telegraph
Aug 13, 07 It's Still the Economy, Stupid The Weekly Standard
Aug 11, 07 Now we know Brown is a European, not an Atlanticist The Spectator
Aug 7, 07 Don't Blame it on Greenspan Hudson Institute
Aug 6, 07 Mr Brown Goes to Washington The Weekly Standard
Aug 2, 07 The Class Warriors Get One Right The New York Post
Aug 1, 07 Brown must climb down on EU vote The Daily Telegraph
July 30, 07 Economists: Often Right, Not Always Clear Hudson Institute
July 23, 07 The Political Economy of Private Equity Hudson Institute
July 16, 07 Big Mo' vs Strong Headwinds Hudson Institute
July 10, 07 Brown's foreign policy is still a mystery The Daily Telegraph
July 6, 07 Don't worry, be Happy Hudson Institute
July 2, 07 Private Equity Entrepreneurs Face Review of Their Tax Status Hudson Institute
June 27, 07 More a guide dog than a poodle The Daily Telegraph
June 22, 07 This Time a Ripple, Next Time a Wave Hudson Institute
June 19, 07 Markets can correct problems more quickly than politicians Hudson Institute
June 11, 07 Putin's Oily Politics The Weekly Standard
June 11, 07 Market Forces and Trends in Inequality Hudson Institute
June 9, 07 Go west to discover the true America The Spectator
June 7, 07 Bush showed spine in naming Zoellick The Times (London)
June 6, 07 Al is waiting in the wings as Hillary and Barrack battle it out The Daily Telegraph
June 4, 07 Bush's Choice to Head World Bank Disarms Most Critics Hudson Institute
May 30, 07 Europe may come to regret getting rid of Paul Wolfowitz The Daily Telegraph
May 29, 07 Dialogue Not Enough To Satisfy Congress Hudson Institute
May 29, 07 Libre comercio, descanse en paz Libertad Digital
May 28, 07 Billionaires for Obama The Weekly Standard
May 22, 07 Free Trade R.I.P. Hudson Institute
May 15, 07 The New French Connection Hudson Institute
May 12, 07 Can Brown break with the Blairite past. Yes He can. The Spectator
May 8, 07 Want to be a Central Banker? Think Again Hudson Institute
April 27, 07 Elections matter Hudson Institute
April 24, 07 If Everything is Good, Why Do We Feel So Bad? Hudson Institute
April 14, 07 Why Brown's premiership could be short-lived The Spectator
April 13, 07 How Green is My Offset April 13, 07.pdf Hudson Institute
April 10, 07 When One Home Just Won't Do Hudson Institute
April 2, 07 If The Big US Engine Slows, Are There Little Engines That Could Hudson Institute
Spring 07 A man of principle: how will Gordon Brown fare at Number 10 Ethos
March 27, 07 Will Brown be bold enough to let the NHS charge patients Telegraph
March 24, 07 Polonius Redux Hudson Institute
March 16, 07 There is no free ride on the green bandwagon Hudson Institute
March 15, 07 Europe and the US must lighten up, but only a little The Times (London)
March 13, 07 Brown must tell his Chancellor to steer a different course The Daily Telegraph
March 12, 07 Volatility and Slow Growth are not a Recession Hudson Institute
March 12, 07 Reader of the Free World The Weekly Standard
March 5, 07 The Dynamic Trio Paulson, Greenspan and Bernanke Hudson Institute
Feb 27, 07 When Brown moves to No 10, he will need his closest ally next door The Guardian
Feb 26, 07 Grim Days For Free Traders Hudson Institute
Feb 20, 07 Transparency Comes to the Fed as Bernanke "Hits One Out Of The Park" Hudson Institute
Feb 10, 07 Ignore the promises: test their characters The Spectator
Feb 9, 07 Sinatra was right Hudson Institute
Feb 6, 07 The real reason why Blair is still clinging on to office The Daily Telegraph
Feb 2, 07 Apocalypse Later Hudson Institute
Jan 29, 07 At Last, Russia Conquers Europe The Weekly Standard
Jan 26, 07 Ideas Matter Hudson Institute
Jan 22, 07 Only in America, Casual The Weekly Standard
Jan 19, 07 Corporate Governance: Why Directors Prefer Rules Hudson Institute
Jan 17, 07 Politics is now a feel-bad factor Daily Telegraph
Jan 14, 07 Putin's hand on the valve Hudson Institute
Jan 7, 07 Endangered Industries The Weekly Standard
Jan 6, 07 Memo to Brown:People must be allowed to fail. The Spectator
Jan 2, 07 2007 The Year For Attacking Imbalances Hudson Institute
Dec 16/23, 06 Here's what to do in 2007, Mr President The Spectator
Dec 12, 06 Brown's tax and spend would have stunned the Soviet Union The Daily Telegraph
Dec 8, 06 When All Around You are Confused Hudson Institute
Dec 3, 06 The Pain of a Declining Dollar Hudson Institute
Nov 27, 06 Decline and Fall The Weekly Standard
Nov 26, 06 Retailers look forward to a Merry Christmas Hudson Insitute
Nov 21, 06 To Beat Brown the Tories need an economic policy that add us The Telegraph
Nov 20, 06 Come fly with us Hudson Institute
Nov 12, 06 After the shouting...  Hudson Institute
Nov 4, 06 If you think the mid-terms don't matter, think again The Spectator
Nov 3, 06 A Bad Day for the Republicans? Hudson Institute
Oct 29, 06 Que Zapatero no se moleste... La Razon
Oct 27, 06 It May Not Be "The Economy Stupid" This Time Hudson Institute
Oct 24, 06 More economists or grief-counsellors My answer to the immigration dilemma The Times (London)
Oct 21, 06 Regulation unbounded Hudson Institute
Oct 17, 06 Now they even want to tax the humble Blackberry The Guardian
Oct 16, 06 The North Korean Bomb and US Economic Policy Hudson Institute
Oct 7, 06 Unlike Clinton, McCain told them the truth The Spectator
Oct 6, 06 Businesses can't hide from foreign laws Hudson Institute
Sept 30, 06 Britain is not America's economic poodle The Spectator
Sept 29, 06 Surprises Come in Batallions Hudson Institute
Sept 26, 06 When confused, do nothing Hudson Institute
Sept 23, 05 Britain really does need a debate this conference season.  Shame it won't get it The Spectator
Sept 15, 06 Why the laws of economics don't work well with oil Hudson Institute
Sept 14, 06 Hit the polluters where it hurts The Times (London)
Sept 9, 06 Amid all the plots and letter campaigns, Brown quietly plans his future The Spectator
Sept 7, 06 A Rising Tide Might Not Lift All Boats Hudson Institute
Sept 1, 06 Labor Day Hudson Institute
August 28, 06 Protecting the Innocent The Weekly Standard
August 25, 06 Housing-price fall poses dilemma on interest rate Hudson Institute
August 18, 06 Housing Hudson Institute
August 11, 06 The Times They Are A-Changin' Hudson Institute
August 4, 06 A Softer Economy and a Kinder Fed Hudson Institute
July 29, 06 The conversation with Blair that taught me why he's standing by Bush The Spectator
July 29, 06 Doha: RIP Hudson Institute
July 22, 06 Bush wants much more than ceremonial diplomacy The Spectator
July 21, 06 Bush is unloved but it's not the economy, stupid Hudson Institute
July 17, 06 Nowhere for competition outlaws to hide The Times (London)
July 17, 06 The Gates-Buffett Merger The Weekly Standard
July 14, 06 Law without Frontiers Hudson Institute
July 7, 06 Justice Flawed is Justice Denied Hudson Institute
June 30, 06 On the Fourth Americans Celebrate - and Worry Hudson Institute
June 24, 06 Our energy future: count on it Hudson Institute
June 17, 06 The match between Brown and Cameron will go to penalties The Spectator
June 16, 06 The Uncertainties of a Data-Driven Fed Hudson Institute
June 9, 06 Slowdown won't stop the battle against inflation Hudson Institute
June 12, 06 Mergers and Acquisitions The Weekly Standard
May 26, 06 Fed will stick to its guns to keep inflation down Hudson Institute
May 19, 06 US deficits are falling but there is a price to pay Hudson Institute
May 13, 06 Current Economy avoiding problems Hudson Institute
May, 06 From Hawk to Chicken Literary Review
May 15, 06 My Fellow Immigrants, Casual The Weekly Standard
May 6, 06 Immigration, Iraq and oil: a bitter brew for Bush The Spectator
May 5, 06 Sox Hudson Institute
May 3, 06 Stimuli for the GOP Washington Times
May 2, 06 In Search of clouds The Weekly Standard
April 28, 06 Paronia Hudson Institute
April 23, 06 Current economy mid-year Hudson Institute
April 18, 06 Blair should stand firm in the face of Brownite fire Guardian
April 14, 06 Four issues Hudson Institute
April 7, 06 America ignores Europe to strike free trade deals Hudson Institute
March 31, 2006 The Merger Wave Rolls Across Europe, but The Americans Stay Home Hudson Institute
March 26, 2006 One Man's pricing power is another man's inflation threat Hudson Institute
March 25, 2006 The Palestinians' real problem is the aid we send The Spectator
March 11, 2006 Cameron is the Tory Muhammad Ali The Spectator
March 10, 2006 Will the boom turn to bust by end of year Hudson Institute
Feb 27, 2006 When the ingrates met the hypocrites The Times (London)
Feb 17, 2006 Bernanke first testimony Hudson Institute
Feb 13, 2006 Oiloholics Anonymous The Weekly Standard
Feb 13, 2006 Interest Rates Hudson Institute
Feb 2, 2006 State of the Union Hudson Institute
Jan 30, 2006 The Chairman of the Board the Weekly Standard
Jan 27, 2006 State of the Union Hudson Institute
Jan 22, 2006 Brown drops a clanger Sunday Times (London)
Jan 20, 2006 Executive Compensation Hudson Institute
Jan 16, 2006 Winter in Venice The Weekly Standard
Jan 15, 2006 Imbalances Hudson Institute
Jan 8, 2006 Energy Crisis Hudson Institute
Jan 3, 2006 New Year 2006 Hudson Institute
Dec 12, 2005 Energy and Environment, an ongoing dilemma Hudson Institute
Dec 4, 2005 American Economy Remains Robust Hudson Institute
Nov 25, 2005 Destruction that is creating a better America Hudson Institute
Nov 18, 2005 Bernanke aims for consistency, coherence and clarity Hudson Institute
Nov 11, 2005 The Bubble Bursts, but It's Gasoline not Housing Hudson Institute
Nov 11, 2005 Keeping Blair is in this country's best interest The Guardian
Nov 7, 2005 Essay on Brown New Statesman
Nov 7, 2005 Casual, Dining Alone The Weekly Standard
Oct 28, 2005 Bernanke Hudson Institute
Oct 21, 2005 Current econ inflation and Kohn Hudson Institute
Oct 18, 2005 Free Trade Free-Fall The Daily Standard
Oct 17, 2005 Blackpool The Weekly Standard
Oct 14, 2005 Trade and Hong Kong Hudson Institute
Oct 10, 2005 Labour's pain The Weekly Standard
Oct 7, 2005 Trade and Greenspan Hudson Institute
Sept 30, 2005 Current econ gloom dispelled Hudson Institute
Sept 19, 2005 A Katrina Recession? The Weekly Standard
Sept 16, 2005 Airline bankruptcies The Hudson Institute
Sept 5, 2005 War on the cheap The Weekly Standard
Sept 2, 2005 Katrina The Hudson Institute
Aug 26, 2005 Housing  The Hudson Institute
Aug 20, 2005 El Complicado Mundo Petrolero El Panama America
Aug 19, 2005 Current econ Fed quandary The Hudson Institute
Aug 15, 2005 Goldilocks Economy The Weekly Standard
Aug 12, 2005 Oil and Chevron The Hudson Institute
Aug 5, 2005 Summer and growth The Hudson Institute
Aug 1, 2005 Letter from Londonistan - In the War on Terror, London Still Thinks its 1999 The Weekly Standard
July 29, 2005 Economic Update The Hudson Institute
May 9, 2005 Death and Taxes The Weekly Standard
March 21, 2005 Berlin Casual The Weekly Standard
Feb 7, 2005 Axis of Oil The Weekly Standard
Oct, 2004 Brown supremacy  Prospect Magazine
April 22, 2004 The Sleeping Giant Awakens The Weekly Standard