Category Archive: Richard Koo and Sector Balances

Main Author Michael Pettis
Michael Pettis
Wall Street veteran, merchant banker, equities trader, economist, finance professor, entrepreneur — iconoclast — Michael Pettis is a unique individual living and working in China, at the heart of the world’s most exciting and vibrant economy. Having learned firsthand how markets operate during his years on Wall Street, Michael has taken his knowledge and insight and applied them to the Asian financial markets as an expert analyst, commentator, and participant. His work and research focuses on monetary policy, trade policy, and the development of the banking and financial markets in China.

Richard Koo: If Helicopter Money Succeeds, It Will Lead To 1,500 percent Inflation

After today's uneventful Fed announcement, all eyes turn to the BOJ where many anticipate some form of "helicopter money" is about to be unveiled in Japan by the world's most experimental central bank. However, as Nomura's Richard Koo warns, central...

Michael Pettis: Abenomics is just a measure to enforce higher household savings

This article by Michael Pettis remains one of the most important contributions on Abenomics. If anybody wondered by GDP contracted in 2014. It is not only the sales tax but even more the weak yen that forces people to save more. Both companies and...

Weak Yen, Is it Really a Currency War?

The trade deficit and the collapse of manufacturing, the causes of the U.S. secular stagnation?

Monetarist and Austrian Critique against MMT

7d) Richard Koo’s and other Sector Balances

A list of long-term sector balances and related provided by Nomura's research institute and its chief economist Richard Koo.

Balance Sheet Recession becomes mainstream, four years too late

Richard Koo and Abenomics

Chartalism and Modern Monetary Theory, MMT

New Arthurian Economics and Martin Wolf’s “Strip banks of power to create money”

Cultural Reasons for Japan’s Deflation: Can the U.S. Go into a Balance Sheet Recession?

The power distance between employer and employee enforces the importance of the leader, the entrepreneur. Moreover, the collectivite Asian society does not want unemployment, employees prefer to renounce to salary hikes in favor of the collective....

El-Erian: The New Normal

How Long Will the U.S. Recovery Last? A Reminder: The False Japanese Recovery in 1998/1999

Explaining Richard Koo to Paul Krugman, to Austrian Economists and the SNB

Ageing and Immigration in the U.S. and Japan and the New Normal

Richard Koo’s newest paper: About the Ineffectiveness of Monetary Expansion

The World in Balance Sheet Recession, a 2012 update

Richard Koo: Balance Sheet Recessions

The Wealth Effect: Rising House Prices Sustain Spending

Richard Koo, Revitalizing the Eurozone without Fiscal Union, April 2012