Roubini: ‘New Cold War’ Starting in Ukraine; Europe Recession Possible
Nouriel Roubini has a dark warning about what will happen if a "hot war" breaks out between Ukraine and Russia.
4 Reasons U.S. Doomsayers Are Wrong: Milken Expert
Surveys show most Americans are pessimistic about the U.S. future, but Milken Institute scholar Joel Kurtzman says there are four reasons they are dead wrong.
12 Best U.S. Cities for Successful Aging
The Milken Institute rankings, compiled every other year, tally 78 variables on metropolitan regions, with surprising results.
Top 20 Countries for Foreign Investment
The United States doesn’t make the top 20 when rolling out the red carpet for foreign investors.
15 Best Small Cities for Successful Aging
The Milken Institute study looked at 259 small U.S. metropolitan regions and ranked each based on 78 variables.
20 Best Big Cities for Successful Aging
Far from a list of Florida cities with cheap eats, the Milken Institute rankings tally 78 variables on metropolitan regions, with surprising results.
Who Will Regulate the Regulators?
Why did U.S. regulators fail to react to the alarming increases in leverage at financial institutions, or the shift of trillions of dollars of assets from banks’ balance sheets that were packaged into complex securities? Three former regulators propose a solution to what ails our regulatory system.
World’s Economic Ills Weigh on America’s Fragile Recovery: News Analysis
Already visible perils in two of the world’s major economic centers would seem to have more power to drag down the American economy than a still fragile U.S. has to lift an interdependent global economy.
How to Create 6 Million Jobs With a Few Changes: Milken Economist
AdvisorOne spoke with Milken Institute senior economist Armen Bedroussian about risks and opportunities in the U.S. economy and the job market particularly, where he offers some ideas that could create 6 million jobs when they are totaled up.
Winning and Losing States of America
The economic laboratories at work in the 50 states have produced disparate results according to new government data, and experts say the success of states like North Dakota and Utah and poor performance of Michigan and Nevada have national implications.