G30 Members in the News

Members of the Group of Thirty are engaged in a wide variety of financial and economic issues, frequently offering their perspectives, ideas, and solutions. Below is a list of articles and interviews that G30 members have contributed in their personal capacities.

November, 2022

Raghuram G. Rajan:

(Nov 18) Deglobalization Is a Climate Threat

Bill Dudley:

(Nov 15) What If the Fed’s Own Forecasts Are Wrong?

Mohamed A. El-Erian:

(Nov 18) Hunt’s plan may please the markets, but austerity without real growth would be fatal

(Nov 14) Central Banks Get a Breather But Can’t Afford to Rest

Klaas Knot:

(Nov 18) In resolute pursuit of price stability

(Nov 11) Inflation strikes back - drivers and policy reactions

Arminio Fraga:

(Nov 17) Will the stock market fall? Increase the dollar? Patience? with Pedro Malan and Edmar Bacha

Haruhiko Kuroda:

(Nov 11) The Bank's Semiannual Report on Currency and Monetary Control

Daron Acemoglu:

(Nov 10) What Do the Midterms Mean?

John C. Williams:

(Nov 16)  A Jack of All Trades Is a Master of None

(Nov 9)  A steady anchor in a stormy sea

Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala:

(Nov 7) Decoupling is not the answer to climate crisis

Paul Krugman:

(Nov 15) Nobody Cares About Biden's Energy Policy. Great!

(Nov 14) Trump Is Weak, but the G.O.P. Is Weaker

(Nov 11) Demand, Discombobulation and Prices

(Nov 10) Two Cheers for the Biden Economy

(Nov 7) Is Divided Government Good? Don’t Take Elon’s Word for It.

(Nov 7) A MAGA America Would Be Ugly

(Nov 4) Stealing Away the Golden Years of the Working Class

(Nov 3) The G.O.P. Plot Against Medicare and Social Security

(Nov 1) A Nation of Quitters


October, 2022

Yi Gang:

(Oct 31) Speech - Hong Kong FinTech Week 2022

Mohamed A. El-Erian:

(Oct 31) The Fed Should Think in Terms of a Trilemma

(Oct 24) How Front-Loading Rate Hikes Risks Financial Instability

(Oct 17) UK Needs to Do More to Restore Stability and Growth

(Oct 13) UK Turmoil Spawns the Return of Bond Vigilantes

(Oct 3) A Shocking Ten Days for the UK

Kenneth Rogoff:

(Oct 31) China's Diminishing Returns

(Oct 27) The Age of Inflation

Lawrence Summers:

(Oct 31)  Curbing inflation comes first, but we can’t stop there

(Oct 10) A New Chance for the World Bank

(Oct 6) The destabilisation wrought by British errors will not be confined to Britain

(Oct 5) IMF-World Bank meetings are the last stop before a coming economic storm

Daron Acemoglu:

(Oct 28) China’s Economy Is Rotting from the Head

(Oct 26) Ethics in AI Colloquium

(Oct 4) Why Businesses Misbehave

Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala:

(Oct 21) Fixing the Food Trade

Roger W. Ferguson Jr.:

(Oct 11) Renewing American by Improving College Completion Rates

Klaas Knot:

(Oct 10) Policy Responses in a pandemic-and conflict-impacted world

Arminio Fraga:

(Oct 10) Interview with Lula by telepathy

Bill Dudley:

(Oct 10) The Federal Reserve Owes the World a Mea Culpa

Raghuram Rajan:

(Oct 7) Where Has All the Liquidity Gone?

Jason Furman:

(Oct 5) The Fed Has to Stay the Course Against Inflation

(Oct 4) The Trussonomics Warning

Mark Carney:

(Oct 3)  The U.K. tax cuts: With one foot on the brakes, it’s foolish to stomp on the gas

John C. Williams:

(Oct 3)  A bedrock commitment to price stability

Paul Krugman:

(Oct 20) Will Gas Prices Doom Democracy?

(Oct 18) Liz Truss in the Libertarian Wilderness

(Oct 17) Preparing for Republican Debt Blackmail

(Oct 14) What's Really Happening to Inflation?

(Oct 13) When Trade Becomes a Weapon

(Oct 11) A Nobel Prize for the Economics of Panic

(Oct 7) A Job Survey Full of Good News

(Oct 6) Tracking the Coming Economic Storm

(Oct 4) Is the Era of Low Interest Rates Over?

(Oct 3) How Liz Truss Did So Much Damage in So Few Days


September, 2022

Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala:

(Sept 27) The Trade Agenda Today

Gita Gopinath:

(Sept 30) The risk of a global recession is increasing

(Sept 27) Gender Equality Boosts Economic Growth and Stability

Haruhiko Kuroda:

(Sept 26) Haruhiko Kuroda: Japan's economy and monetary policy

Janet Yellen:

(Sept 22) Economic Growth Is Essential. So Is Resilience.

Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala:

(Sept 22) The role of trade in improving the lives of girls and women

Paul Krugman:

(Sept 26) Why Zombie Reagonomics Still Rules the GOP

(Sept 23) The Tax-Cut Zombie Attacks Britain

(Sept 22) War, Inflation and Squandered Credibility

(Sept 16) What Ukraine Needs From Us

(Sept 15) Who’s Afraid of the Consumer Price Index?

(Sept 9) The Mysteries of the Almighty Dollar

(Sept 8) Wartime Economics Comes to Europe

(Sept 5) Has Bidenomics Been Good for Workers?

Mohamed A. El-Erian:

(Sept 26) The Kwarteng plan puts at risk the very poorest people in the UK – and growth

(Sept 26) Why Investors Are Facing Even More Market Instability

(Sept 21) Opinion: Many have lost faith in the Fed. Will it be able to win our trust again?

(Sept 15) The rollercoaster ahead for the economy and investors

(Sept 5) A Surging Dollar is a Mixed Blessing for the US

Jason Furman:

(Sept 7) Inflation and the Scariest Economics Paper of 2022

(Sept 2) A Tight US Labor Market Stays Tight

Raghuram Rajan:

(Sept 11) Do incentives for 'making in India' work for India?

Klass Knot

(Sept 26) Klaas Knot: Spreading our wings. How monetary and fiscal policy can fight inflation

(Sept 9) From thaler to tackle. On how to lift us out of the current crises

Bill Dudley:

(Sept 8) The Fed Has Learned Its Money-Market Lessons

Daron Acemoglu:

(Sept 1) The End of Real Social Networks

Kenneth Rogoff:

(Sept 1) Will the Dollar’s Surge End in Whiplash?


August, 2022

Raghuram Rajan:

(Aug 2) The Post-Inflation Economy That Could Be

Paul Krugman:

(Aug 2) Who's Embargoing Whom?

(Aug 5) Wonking Out: The Meaning of Falling Inflation

(Aug 11) Was There a Biden Boom?

(Aug 22) Of Dictators and Trade Surpluses

Jason Furman:

(Aug 2) America's Wage-Price Persistence Must Be Stopped

(Aug 9) Record US productivity slump in first half of 2022 risks higher inflation and unemployment

(Aug 12) One Good Inflation Report Isn't Enough

Bill Dudley:

(Aug 1) Wishful Thinking Won’t Help the Fed Beat Inflation

(Aug 18) Powell Will Face a Tough Audience in Jackson Hole

Kenneth Rogoff:

(Aug 1) Fiscal Policy Should Return to Fundamentals

(Aug 9) Chess and Geopolitics in the Supercomputer Era

Mohamed A. El-Erian:

(Aug 1) Why Stocks Took a July Vacay From Fundamentals

(Aug 11) The better news on inflation must be sustained

(Aug 15) Fed Needs to Resist Opting Again for Quick and Easy

Daron Acemoglu:

(Aug 9) Why Taiwan Matters

William R. Rhodes:

(Aug 17) Avoiding the pain of China's housing crisis risks infecting the wider economy

Gita Gopinath:

(Aug 26) How Will the Pandemic and War Shape Future Monetary Policy?


July, 2022

Lawrence Summers:

(July 27) Bad news for the Fed from the Beveridge space

Mohammed A. El Erian:

(July 5) Believe It or Not, the Market Has Three Silver Linings

(July 11) Investors Should Think Risk Factors, Not Asset Classes

(July 21) The Problem with the Current Russia Sanctions Regime

(July 22) The Fed is Failing in Four Ways

Paul Krugman:

(July 1) Wonking Out: Taking the 'Flation' Out of Stagflation

(July 8) Wonking Out: Rockets, Feathers, and Prices at the Pump

(July 12) The Humbug Economy

(July 19) Infation: A Revolution of Falling Expectations

(July 22) Wonking Out: What's the Matter with Italy?"

(July 26) Recession: What Does it Mean?

(July 29) Wonking Out: Much Ado About Wages

Jason Furman:

(July 18) The Quants in the Room: How Much Power Do Economists Really Have?

Bill Dudley:

(July 14) What It Will Take for the Fed to Tame Inflation

Daron Acemoglu:

(July 11) The Upside of Polarization?

(July 25) Environmental Tariffs Could Be a Game Changer

Masaaki Shirakawa:

(July 7) My wish list for monetary policymakers to reflect on

Kenneth Rogoff:

(July 4) The Energy Price Roller Coaster

Ngozi Okonjo-Iwaela:

(July 1) The WTO is Back


June, 2022

Paul Krugman:

(June 28) Technology and the Triumph of Pessimism

(June 24) Wonking Out: Hot Economies and High Prices

(June 14) How America Lost Its Edge

(June 13) What a Dying Lake Says About the Future

(June 10) Wonking Out: Why Monetary Policy Has Gotten So Hard

(June 3) Wonking Out: How Low Must Inflation Go

(June 2) The Perverse Politics of Inflation

Mohamed A. El-Erian:

(June 21) UK’s Discontent Risks Deepening a Longer-Term Malaise

(June 20) Central Banks and markets share a secular awakening

(June 15) Federal Reserve Must Do More Than Raise Rates by 75 Points

(June 7)  Saudi Arabia is Swinging Again- But For How Long?

Daron Acemoglu:

(June 8) Understanding the New Nationalism 

Jason Furman:

(June 6) The US and Europe Have Different Inflation Problems 

Kenneth Rogoff:

(June 6) What’s the Crypto Regulation Endgame?

Tharman Shanmugaratnam:

(June 6) Confronting a Perfect Long Storm

Raghuram Rajan:

(June 3) Just Say No to “Friend-Shoring”

John C Williams:

(June 1) The Song Remains the Same


May, 2022

Jason Furman:

(May 31) Will US Consumers Keep Spending

(May 19) What should we learn from the economic policy response to COVID-19?

(May 11) Things may look shaky, but recession isn’t certainty

(May 6) The US labor market could be cooling down

(May 2) A Global Tax System Is Good for the U.S.

Arminio Fraga:

(May 23) Global challenges bring risks and opportunities for Brazil

Gita Gopinath:

(May 22) Why We Must Resist Geoeconomic Fragmentation—And How with Kristalina Georgieva and Ceyla Pazarbasioglu

Mohamed El-Erian:

(May 22)  Davos Meetings Are Full of Potential But Rarely Full of Solutions

(May 17) The dollar’s rapid rise increases risks for global economy

(May 13) Beware a Global Economy with Little Fires Everywhere

(May 2) Fed Needs to Do More Than Raise Interest Rates

(May 2) Investors face volatility as demand stalls amid supply disruptions

Philipp Hildebrand:

(May 20) Inflation Is a Supply Issue for BlackRock’s Hildebrand

Paul Krugman:

(May 19) How the West Is Strangling Putin’s Economy

Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala: 

(May 18) Forward Thinking on trade, vaccines, and sustainable and inclusive growth with WTO Director-General Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala

William Dudley:

(May 11) The Fed Needs to Get Real About Interest Rates

Daron Acemoglu: 

(May 10) Daron Acemoglu Says More…

Raghuram Rajan:

(May 6) We need to revitalise the world economy in inclusive ways

Kenneth Rogoff:

(May 5) The odds of a global recession are rising by the day

(May 4) The Fed Does Not Deserve All the Inflation Blame

Lawrence H. Summers:

(May 2) Fed behind the curve on preventing US recession with Alex Domash

Carmen Reinhart: 

(May 2) Private-Debt Risks Are Hiding in Plain Sight with Leora Klapper


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