Paul DeRosa has taught economics at Columbia, ran a hedge fund for some thirty years, served on the research staff of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, and has written extensively on topics related to economics.
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Italy Needs Our Attention
As a key player in keeping the Euro stable, Italy’s problems are everyone’s problems.
An Empty Treasury and a War To Fight
How did Lincoln finance the Union Army? A new book explores how a government banker funded the Civil War and remodeled America’s financial system.
Putting the Gini Back in the Bottle
Trying to measure inequality in the United States is a little like nailing Jell-O to the wall. Yet, says Paul DeRosa, there are a few things we can say with confidence.
The H Factor
When it comes to addressing inequality, writers like Michael Sandel overlook human agency.