April 05, 2013
Executives of the largest U.S. banks warn that efforts to make the financial system safer will harm their global competitiveness. They conjure a world in which foreign institutions, supported by government subsidies, dominate the business of providing banking services to multinational corporations. (Illustration by Jay Wright | OPED by Joshua Rosner)

Executives of the largest U.S. banks warn that efforts to make the financial system safer will harm their global competitiveness. They conjure a world in which foreign institutions, supported by government subsidies, dominate the business of providing banking services to multinational corporations. (Illustration by Jay Wright | OPED by Joshua Rosner)

February 22, 2013
The U.S. Federal Reserve has all but exhausted its most powerful weapon: the ability to lower short- term interest rates. (Illustration by Jay Wright | OPED by Ryan Avent)

The U.S. Federal Reserve has all but exhausted its most powerful weapon: the ability to lower short- term interest rates. (Illustration by Jay Wright | OPED by Ryan Avent)

October 26, 2012
Obama can’t run on the attractive new initiatives he intends to pursue in his second term: He doesn’t have any. (Illustration by Jay Wright | Column by Ramesh Ponnuru on Bloomberg View)

Obama can’t run on the attractive new initiatives he intends to pursue in his second term: He doesn’t have any. (Illustration by Jay Wright | Column by Ramesh Ponnuron Bloomberg View)

August 02, 2012
Central banks unorthodox actions are cutting lending. (Illustration by Jay Wright | Column by Alexander Friedman and Kiran Ganesh on Bloomberg View)
June 27, 2012
Red warning signs are flashing again in Bangkok on the T-shirts of protesters loyal to Thaksin Shinawatra, the billionaire prime minister ousted in 2006 and still dominating Thailand from exile. (Illustration by Jay Wright | Column by William Pesek on Bloomberg View)

Red warning signs are flashing again in Bangkok on the T-shirts of protesters loyal to Thaksin Shinawatra, the billionaire prime minister ousted in 2006 and still dominating Thailand from exile. (Illustration by Jay Wright | Column by William Pesek on Bloomberg View)

March 28, 2012
Part 3: The dollar is the king of the world economy, but how long will it last? (Illustration by Jay Wright | Op-Ed by Simon Johnson and James Kwak on Bloomberg View)

Part 3: The dollar is the king of the world economy, but how long will it last? (Illustration by Jay Wright | Op-Ed by Simon Johnson and James Kwak on Bloomberg View)

March 28, 2012
Part 2: Abandoning gold helped the dollar gain preeminence. (Illustration by Jay Wright | Op-Ed by Simon Johnson and James Kwak on Bloomberg View)

Part 2: Abandoning gold helped the dollar gain preeminence. (Illustration by Jay Wright | Op-Ed by Simon Johnson and James Kwak on Bloomberg View)

March 26, 2012
Part 1: In 1812, the majority of Republicans wanted war without the necessary tax increases. Sound familiar? (Illustration by Jay Wright | Op-Ed by Simon Johnson and James Kwak on Bloomberg View)

Part 1: In 1812, the majority of Republicans wanted war without the necessary tax increases. Sound familiar? (Illustration by Jay Wright | Op-Ed by Simon Johnson and James Kwak on Bloomberg View)