The economist breaks down the flaws he sees in Bill Gates' proposal.
Larry Summers, widely thought to be on the short list of candidates to lead the Federal Reserve, has been criticized for his policies and his personality.
The political battle over who will succeed Ben Bernanke is heating up -- and it could be the most important economic policy decision made this year.
Former Treasury Secretary and top economic advisor to President Barack Obama Lawrence Summers talks about education and income inequality in the U.S., and the state of the world economy.
For the next three days, David Brancaccio and I are in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire with some high IQ folks who are looking at ways to make the...
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White House National Economic Council director Larry Summers will return to Harvard at the end of the year. Who might replace him and what does...