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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.
December 20, 2010
The subtle consequences of inflation
The recent bout of increased Chinese inflation has pronounced, but maybe more subtle, consequences than the mere distastefulness of rising prices for consumers.
December 8, 2010
The Three Gorges dam and the high speed bullet train
Though not without controversy and undesired consequences, big projects such as the Three Gorges dam creates more benefits than the negatives.
November 11, 2010
The Asian Games are now in Guangzhou
Tylor Claggett: The key for a city and nation to organize another big event after hosting an Olympics and a world’s fair lies in the team work and coordination.
October 2, 2010
Punitive Tariffs: Let's Take a Look
Tylor Claggett: It is precisely the risk the US runs with its initial step to impose import tariffs on products from one of its largest trading partners.
September 17, 2010
Rebuilding the U.S.
Tylor Claggett: The U.S. used to be a nation of builders. Over the past few decades, it has somehow lost its ability to build.
August 17, 2010
US facing structural unemployment
Many jobs disappeared forever in the financial crisis. The US will need to retrain its workforce if the economy is to fully recover.
July 17, 2010
The US has met the Enemy and they are all of us!!
"What trade-off between oil and environment are we willing to accept?" The BP oil spill event will change the answer to this question.
June 22, 2010
Can the US change its destiny?
Problems caused by the "Great Recession" are made much worse by the US aging population.
May 21, 2010
The Greek Crisis: Perhaps a view of the future?
The current sovereign debt crises in the Euro Zone are more or less caused by public sector imprudence.
April 22, 2010
What should we expect from recent China-US currency talks?
Before being able to get a better idea about what is actually going on, we must look into US trade with China.
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