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De-fragmenting Africa

De-fragmenting Africa Olivier Medjo Ndille 18 May 2012 Print Email Comment Republish Africa trades too little with itself. This column argues that what is needed is an approach that reforms policies that create non-tariff barriers; puts in place appropriate...

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International macro-finance

International macro-finance Olivier Medjo 15 February 2011 Print Email Comment Republish International macro-finance is a new area of open economy macroeconomics that brings portfolio choice and asset pricing considerations into models of international...

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Do we need big banks?

Do we need big banks? Olivier Medjo 13 april 2011 Print Email Comment Republish Today's big banks are enormous. By 2008, 12 banks worldwide had liabilities exceeding $1 trillion. This column, using data on banks from 80 countries over the years 1991-2009,...

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International macro-finance

International macro-finance International macro-finance is a new area of open economy macroeconomics that brings portfolio choice and asset pricing considerations into models of international macroeconomics. This column argues that the recent global crisis...

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International macro-finance

International macro-finance International macro-finance is a new area of open economy macroeconomics that brings portfolio choice and asset pricing considerations into models of international macroeconomics. This column argues that the recent global crisis...

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Risk and crises( Finance)

Risk and crises Financial models are widely blamed for underestimating and thus mispricing risk prior to the crisis. This column analyses how the models failed and questions their prominent use in the post-crisis reform process. It argues that over-relying...

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