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What Is Fueling the Ecommerce Boom in China?

Nouriel Roubini takes an in-depth look at e-commerce in China with this recent addition in the EconoMonitor. What makes China the largest market for e-commerce? In addition, can it continue to grow?

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Seven Things You Should Know About the Art Market

Is art an asset class? Many collect works of art not only for aesthetic appeal but for the hopes that they will see a healthy return on their investment. The marketplace for art has grown and has become more complex. In his recent entry in the EconoMonoitor, Noriel Roubini argues that art is indeed a unique asset class and should, therefore, adopt reforms and regulations to ensure market transparency.

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Independence Movements: Europe’s Paradox

Nouriel Roubini offers his insight on the European Union in his latest Roubini’s Edge blog entry. Roubini reflects on the Eurozone, its current economic issues and the role of national authorities. Within this context, he also narrows in on movements of secession seen in Europe.

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China Rising

Nouriel Roubini is a professor at NYU’s Stern School of Business and Chairman of Roubini Global Economics. He has worked for the IMF, World Bank and the U.S. Federal Reserve. In this recent blog entry, Professor Roubini offers his insight into the ascent of the Chinese economy, the risks and rewards of investing in China as well as an explanation of its rise as a global economic and political power.

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