Kenneth Rogoff

Painless Investing: Why a New Generation Will Dive Into Stocks

Many Americans have been spooked out of the stock market by Great Recession and its aftermath. But despite their apprehensions, the children of the baby boomers are actually eager to jump into stocks -- primarily because they weren't burned personally by the crash.

The Higher the Debt Ceiling, the Deeper the Hole

When some new members of Congress recently declared their resistance to raising the nation's debt limit, it triggered warnings of "catastrophic consequences." Problem is, the higher this ceiling gets, the deeper the hole that the U.S. is digging itself into.

Time for Stimulus 2.0? The Debate Grows Louder

The recent litany of bad tidings has renewed the arguments about whether further government stimulus spending is necessary to reinvigorate the economy. And not surprisingly, economists are split in their answers.