Professor Peter Morici, of the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland, is a recognized expert on economic policy and international economics. Prior to joining the university, he served as director of the Office of Economics at the U.S. International Trade Commission. He is the author of 18 books and monographs and has published widely in leading public policy and business journals, including the Harvard Business Review and Foreign Policy. Morici has lectured and offered executive programs at more than 100 institutions, including Columbia University, the Harvard Business School and Oxford University. His views are frequently featured on CNN, CBS, BBC, FOX, ABC, CNBC, NPR, NPB and national broadcast networks around the world.
Greek default is inevitable, and Merkel would be the loser.
Greeks are justified to seek an end austerity and to mark down debt.
More jobs were added in January, but the pace is likely to slow.
For most Americans, it is like the Middle Ages again -- until perhaps like the Greeks, the country elects a populist instead of an elitist as president.
The president's proposal to tax corporate profits parked overseas will kill jobs in America and impose stealth taxes on the elderly.
Greece should exit the euro, unless German Chancellor Angela Merkel blinks on austerity measures.
Dropping money from airplanes can't save the eurozone.
A look at community colleges reveals much is lacking.
The economy added 252,000 jobs in December -- down from 353,000 in November. With GDP growth slowing, prospects for jobless Americans are worsening.
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