Elliott Morss is an economic consultant and an individual investor in developing countries. He has taught at the University of Michigan, Harvard University, Boston University, among other schools. Morss worked at the International Monetary Fund and helped establish Development Alternatives Inc. He has co-written six books and published more than four dozen articles in professional journals.
Recent Articles By The Author
Stock Market Collapse Makes No Sense
Elliott Morss says the U.S. recovery is fragile, but it is moving in the right direction.
JPMorgan: When Will We Learn?
There are important lessons to be learned from the JPM mess, lessons the bank lobbyists don't want anyone to hear.
Break Up the Eurozone: The Only Workable Option
Until we break up the eurozone, I see nothing but riots in the streets and government collapses.
U.S., Canada Will Not Support Euro Bailout: Does It Matter?
When it comes to eurozone solutions, it is interesting how different ideas take hold.
The Role of Consumption in U.S. Recovery
What do we know about the determinants of consumption growth?