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Conference explores China’s global economic influence

Global | Oct 17, 2017 |

In recent years, China’s influence on the U.S. economy has been growing. At a conference on this topic held at Fordham’s Lincoln Center campus, experts shared their research and predictions on how China’s financial system and policy issues may affect …

Alexander Hamilton and the 2016 election

Faculty | Oct 27, 2016 |

If history repeats itself, does it follow that we can know what historical figures would do if they were alive today? What would Alexander Hamilton, for example, think about the current political climate?

Bennett: U.S. economy remains resilient

Faculty | Feb 25, 2016 |

Echoing President Barack Obama’s recent State of the Union declaration that the U.S. economy is the strongest and most durable in the world, Fordham Professor Paul Bennett said traumatic problems such as terrorism probably would not affect American markets very …

McNelis: Argentina’s economic history ‘stranger than fiction’

Faculty | Oct 01, 2015 |

During Pope Francis’ lifetime, Argentinians have been subject to a number of economic experiments and political upheaval that have shaped not only the country’s troubled history, but also the pope’s views on capitalism and government, according to an article written …

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