- A closer look at the fading hegemonic power of the US economy and its implications for the global economy.
- Some much needed context to understanding China’s economic development and its impact on the global economy both now, and in the future.
- The functioning of the long business cycle and how recessions are inherent to capitalism.
- How $15 trillion worth of negative-yielding debt marks a departure from everything we know about the financial system.
What we do
Tracking the global economic cycle
It is our view that the world economy moves in cycles – long waves and shorter cycles conditioned by these long waves – and tends to be dominated by the trend and cyclical movement of certain core economies.
Most other analyses deny such cycles as being inherent and recurrent, seeing macroeconomic phenomena as the result of various random global shocks or policy decisions in the major global economies.
Monitor of key global economic indicators
Our report on the global economy is referred to as the Global Economic Monitor (GEM) and is prepared on a monthly basis. As its name suggests, this report monitors important trends in the global economy as a whole and a number of key variables in particular.
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