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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.
September 24, 2011
The Buffett Rule: A path to tax reform?
Is the 'Buffett Rule' insightful advice for U.S. tax reform, or a gross oversimplification?
September 10, 2011
9/11: Counting the cost a decade on
As we approach the 10th anniversary of 9/11 terrorist attacks, Tylor Claggett discusses how the shockwaves created by the attacks continue to impact on US society.
August 26, 2011
Would Implementing QE3 Improve the Economic Environment?
A third round of quantitative easing stands little chance of rescuing the U.S. economy, but would quite likely create long-term problems by driving up global commodities prices and spurring inflation.
July 18, 2011
Will a higher tax threshold fuel growth?
Individuals making 3,500 yuan or less per month will pay no income tax. But will they put their money into China's economy or save it away?
June 22, 2011
Inflation remains unchecked as consumption soars
It may sound passé, but in China, the current inflation problem is a case of too much money chasing too few goods. The causes of inflation are easy to identify, but admittedly difficult to correct.
May 30, 2011
Is it time for the U.S. to initiate the 32-hour work week?
As the U.S. copes with a slow recovery from its recession, would a shorter work week cure its unemployment woes?
April 22, 2011
What does the S&P downgrade of US Treasuries mean?
Standard & Poor's may have been grandstanding or pressuring Obama on social spending when it downgraded its outlook on US Treasuries.
April 19, 2011
The US national debt debate: What's at stake?
Tylor Claggett: The financial markets abhor uncertainty. Congress must set dogma aside and make a quick decison on the national debt.
March 18, 2011
The US's Chinese 'mortgage' continues to increase
Americans and Chinese should appreciate our complex and mutually beneficial economic relationship, not fear it.
February 27, 2011
US unemployment - another look
Three types of unemployment – structural, frictional and cyclical – perhaps give some light why the US unemployment remains high in spite of a recovering economy.
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