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Tylor Claggett
Dr. E. Tylor Claggett is a professor of finance and director of the Financial Planning Track at Salisbury University, US. His recent research fields cover Financial Planning Track, Investments and Financial Management. He is a Fulbright scholar with Shanghai University of Finance and Economics in 2008-2009.
November 12, 2014
The end of US quantitative easing: What does it mean?
The end of QE3 will have several immediate implications. It also affects China.
October 18, 2013
Should the US increase its minimum wage?
There are both theoretical and practical arguments why it would not be a good idea for the U.S. to increase its minimum wage.
July 27, 2013
Mistakes that drove Detroit's decline
Detroit's descent into bankruptcy has been a litany of poor decisions, short-sightedness and ineffective, corrupt leadership.
November 7, 2012
Has American democracy lost its way?
Negative attack ads and partisanship threaten to undermine American democratic values.
June 21, 2012
The consequences of demographic imbalances
Do Greece's recent election results foreshadow a new series of generational wars in countries facing aging populations?
April 27, 2012
RMB appreciation best chance to curb inflation
As China's GDP growth cools, curbing inflation is now the government's top priority.
February 13, 2012
Beware Greeks bearing thrift
The Greeks do not have the political will to satisfy the EU, ECB and IMF in order to get the full bailout necessary to avoid a disorderly default.
December 22, 2011
Is the EU really unified?
As the entire world has watched and worried, the sovereign debt crisis in Europe has taken many turns – sometimes for the good, but more often, for the bad.
November 24, 2011
Is the mountain big enough?
Both China and the U.S. have much to gain by working together.
November 17, 2011
Seeking political strength in uncertain times
The prospect of a controlled outcome to the European debt crisis is far from certain. Only time will tell if any officials are politically strong enough to avoid the unthinkable.
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