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Professor Emeritus, Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland

Professor Peter Morici is a recognized expert on economic policy and international economics. Prior to joining the university, he served as director of the Office of Economics at the U.S. International Trade Commission. He is the author of 18 books and monographs and has published widely in ... more


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The West Has To Make China Play By The Rules Or Scrap The WTO
With solid reforms, the global trade body is surely worth saving. Without reforms, China isolates itself and hastens diversification of Western supply chains.
EC The Fed Needs To Deploy Digital Dollars To Support Recovery
COVID-19 has left the U.S. and global economies in tough shape.
Investors That Stick With Stocks Will Be Rewarded As Economy Reopens
The challenges imposed by social distancing in businesses and telecommuting leave little doubt the economy will be radically different going forward, but for ordinary investors stocks remain the cornerstone of a sound strategy.
Economic Data Forecasts For The Weeks Of June 29 And July 6
My projections for upcoming data releases, including Case-Shiller, PMI and PPI.
Economic Data Forecasts For The Weeks Of June 22 And 29
My projections for upcoming data, including some big changes to the various manufacturing indices.
Socialism Tempts Millennials As Capitalism Struggles With COVID-19
The Pandemics are hardly new — the Spanish flu and other pathogens in 1957, 1968 and 2009 ripped through America.
Economic Data Forecasts For The Weeks Of June 15 And 22
Predictions for the next two weeks of data releases, including Leading Indicators, Q1 GDP, and several Manufacturing Index reports.
Send $500 Billion To The States Now
State and local governments hThe U.S. economy is leaning over the great abyss—prolonged, intractable unemployment. ave shed 1.5 million jobs and will cut more if they don’t get immediate aid.
Economic Data Forecasts For The Weeks Of June 8 And 15
Here are my forecasts for upcoming economic data including such important releases as April JOLTS, Michigan Consumer Sentiment and Leading Indicators..
Why The Stock Rally Should Continue Through The Summer
Current stock prices should be sustained by the expected pace of economic recovery and should go higher through the summer.
Sanction Chinese Banks For Beijing’s Repression In Hong Kong
A failure by President Trump to make Beijing pay dearly for squashing home rule in Hong Kong would prove correct Mao Tse-tung’s assertion that America is a paper tiger.
Too Few Babies And Immigrants Threaten American Growth
For a long time, there were at least five working-age adults to support each retiree taking Social Security benefits. Now that ratio is falling fast.
Economic Data Forecasts For The Weeks Of June 1 And 8
My predictions for upcoming data releases, including the US Treasury budget, the Producer Price Index, and Nonfarm Payrolls.
Sanctioning Chinese Banks For Beijing's Repression In Hong Kong
Denying Hong Kong banks access to the international dollar transactions system controlled by American commercial banks and the Federal Reserve would strike a terrible blow on Beijing's soft power and its Coronavirus-impaired economy.
Why Washington Should Rush More Economic Aid To The States
The recession has cost the states at least $270B in lost sales and income tax revenues.
Economic Data Forecasts For The Weeks Of May 25 And June 1
My predictions for upcoming data releases, including Case/Shiller and Non Farm Payrolls.
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