Milken Institute Review First Quarter 2003

March 2003

Inside this issue of The Milken Institute Review:

Letter from the President

Editor's Note

Alison Wolf replies to David Card

Second Thoughts
To err is human

The color of money
by Bill Frey

Institutional investors go green
by Ricardo Bayon

Trading Places: How to Tell the Republicans from the Democrats
Think economic cross-dressing
by Jeffrey Frankel

Polarization in the World Economy
No true believers in this foxhole
by Gary Clyde Hufbauer

The Bigger They Are, the Harder They Fall: The Cost of the Crisis in Corporate Governance
When Wall Street sneezes, Main Street pays for the Sudafed
by Carol Graham, Robert Litan and Sandip Sukhtankar

Options Wars
Sir Warren Buffett takes on Sir John Doerr
by James V. DeLong

Broadband: Breaking the Logjam
Technology shall set us free
by Laurence J. Kotlikoff

Book Excerpt
Clusters of Creativity
Rob Koepp compares Silicon Valley to Silicon Fen

Book Review
Maybe Chicken Little was right
reviewed by Martin Hutchinson

Institute View
The color of money (cont.)
by Glenn Yago and Betsy Zeidman

Institute News


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