Peter Morici

PETER MORICI is a professor at the Smith School of Business, University of Maryland School, and the former Chief Economist at the U.S. International Trade Commission.

Obama’s Donut Economics

Housing Sales and Fixing the Economy

Taxing Grandma to Subsidize Goldman Sachs

Girding for a Depression

Cuts for Autoworkers, Bonuses for Derivatives Traders

Fixing the Banks

Treasury’s Flawed Plan for Citigroup

Is Nationalization Inevitable?

Anatomy of a Hemorrhage

The Slippery Slope of Stimulus

How to Fix the Banks

In the Jaws of a Depression

What’s Next for the Fed?

The Big Hole

The Big Drag

Slouching Toward a Depression?

Paulson’s Folly

Gone, Baby, Gone

Obama’s First Moves on the Economy

Strategies to End the Crisis

The Deficit and the Damage Done

The Dow Tanks as Bank Bailout Fails to Restore Confidence

Gone in 30 Days

The Bailout and the Economy

The Damage Deepens

Toxic Lehman

The Surging Trade Deficit

Can the Bailout Work?

The Big Slump

Is the Fed Still a Central Bank?

The Trade Deficit and Job Losses

Rear View Mirror Economics

The Lingering Economic Malaise

U.S. Economy Loses Another 51,000 Jobs

When Will Henry Paulson Learn?

Spreading Layoffs, Sagging GDP

Breaking Down the Trade Deficit

What’s Driving the Wall Street Rout

Crisis Grips the Jobs Market

Bernanke Aggravates the Risk

An Unsustainable Trade Deficit

Recession Grips the Jobs Market

Bailing Out Wall Street

The Sorry State of the Banking Industry

Recession Watch

Will the Fed Broaden Its Focus?

The Bank of England Misses the Point

The G7, the Banks and GE

McCain’s Economic Plan

Driving Up Debt and Dragging Down Growth