The IMF’s Fuzzy New Principle

By James A. Dorn. Caijing. July 8, 2007.

China in a Vice Grip

By James A. Dorn. Caijing. June 8, 2007.

The Global Savings Glut and Its Consequences

By Swaminathan S. Anklesaria Aiyar. South China Morning Post. June 8, 2007.

Fewer Central Banks, Please

By Steve H. Hanke. Globe Asia. June 1, 2007.


By Steve H. Hanke. Forbes. May 17, 2007.

The World’s Greatest Unreported Hyperinflation

By Steve H. Hanke. Globe Asia. May 7, 2007.

A Four-Step Recovery Plan for Zimbabwe

By Marian L. Tupy. April 17, 2007.

Friedman on FX Regimes

By Steve H. Hanke. Globe Asia. April 1, 2007.

Better Way to Handle Asian Currencies

By James A. Dorn. Financial Times. October 25, 2006.

Regime Change?

By Steve H. Hanke. Forbes. June 5, 2006.

Sir John Cowperthwaite: A Personal Tribute

By Marian L. Tupy. February 2, 2006.

The Rupiah Revisited

By Steve H. Hanke. September 1, 2005.

Cox in the Crucible

By Craig Pirrong. June 3, 2005.

How Foreign Reserves Could Make China Yet Stronger

By Deepak Lal. Financial Times. December 29, 2004.

Ending Argentina’s Addiction to Debt-Based Development

By James A. Dorn and Ian Vásquez. August 2, 2004.

Received Ideas

By Steve H. Hanke. Forbes. May 13, 2004.

Are Poor Countries Better Off Without Banks?

By Robert E. Anderson. Fox News (Online). April 22, 2004.

Don’t Forget Mises — and Dump the Third Way!

By Michael Chapman. Apple Daily. March 31, 2004.

The Renminbi Is a Red Herring

By Gerald P. O’Driscoll Jr. and W. Lee Hoskins. March 3, 2004.

Playing the Weak Dollar

By Steve H. Hanke. March 1, 2004.

The Case for Market Liberalism

By James A. Dorn. Investor’s Business Daily. January 14, 2004.

The Wages of War

By Steve H. Hanke. Forbes. December 8, 2003.

Deflation and Devaluation

By Alan Reynolds. Washington Times. June 1, 2003.

Iraq, Regime Changes and Currency Boards

By Steve H. Hanke. National Post. May 28, 2003.

Do Sovereign Debtors Need a Bankruptcy Law?

By Anna. J. Schwartz. April 11, 2003.