Willem Buiter, chief economist at Citigroup, says the Fed is excessively sensitive to what it thinks the markets might do and how markets react. Jim Grant, editor of Grant's Interest Rate Observer, says Janet Yellen and central banks ought to be nearly invisible. Ken Doctor, author and columnist of Newsonomics, says we have half the number of journalists in local newsrooms than we had in 1990. Anne-Marie Slaughter, New America CEO & Princeton professor, says part of the problem of globalization is that it has left so many people who aren't part of a global network behind.
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