Kenneth Rogoff

Kenneth Rogoff News

  • Piketty Book on Inequality Has Errors, Financial Times Says

    Thomas Piketty, author of a best- selling book on the widening gap between rich and poor, relied on faulty data that skewed his conclusions, the Financial Times reported on its web site.

  • Rogoff Says Equity Markets Rally Not Out of Character

    Europe’s stock market rally isn’t unusual even amid caution over the robustness of the region’s economy, said Harvard University Professor Kenneth Rogoff.

  • Reinhart-Rogoff Uproar Settles Nothing

    By now, you’re probably tired of all the back-and-forth on Reinhart and Rogoff. That would be Harvard University’s Carmen Reinhart and Kenneth Rogoff, the economists who co-authored the 2009 best-seller, “This Time Is Different: Eight Centuries of Financial Folly,” and who are now on the firing line because of minor data errors in a 2010 working paper.

  • Refereeing Reinhart-Rogoff Debate

    The discovery of an error in an influential research paper by Harvard University economists Carmen Reinhart and Kenneth Rogoff has sparked an academic firestorm. It’s time to sort through the wreckage.

  • Rogoff Says France Key to Political Union Needed to Solve Crisis

    France needs an economic overhaul to revive growth and help underpin the political union required to stabilize the euro area, Harvard economist Kenneth Rogoff said.

  • Rogoff Sees Fed Asset Purchases in Effort to Secure U.S. Economic Recovery

    Federal Reserve policy makers are likely to embark on a third round of large-scale asset purchases, moving “more decisively” to secure the U.S. recovery, said Harvard University economist Kenneth Rogoff.

  • Eurozone Crisis Has Global Implications, Rogoff Writes in FT

    If the euro survives and subsequently achieves a status equivalent to that of the dollar as a reserve currency, it will provide an impetus toward currency consolidation elsewhere, said Kenneth Rogoff , an economics professor at Harvard University.

  • Rogoff Says China Property Starting to ‘Collapse’

    China’s property market is beginning a “collapse” that will hit the nation’s banking system, said Kenneth Rogoff , the Harvard University professor and former chief economist of the International Monetary Fund.

  • Greece May Not Be Last IMF Bailout, Rogoff Says

    Greece is unlikely to be the last euro nation to need an International Monetary Fund bailout, with Ireland, Spain and Portugal “conspicuously vulnerable,” said Harvard Professor Kenneth Rogoff.

  • Harvard’s Rogoff Buys Manhattan Apartment for $3 Million

    Kenneth Rogoff, a Harvard University professor known for his studies of recessions, bought a co-operative apartment on Manhattan’s Upper West Side for $3 million, about 9 percent more than the asking price.

Sponsored Links
Curation software by Lingospot