Malpassian Economics

Forbes, Steve
January 2007
Forbes Asia;1/29/2007, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p9
This article profiles economist David Malpass and this periodical's latest Current Events columnist. It explains that Malpass is a man of unusual intelligence and insight. Unlike many other economists and financial folk, Malpass recognizes that numbers are meant to clarify and help us understand and grasp reality rather than obscure it. He has had extensive economic experience in the trenches of both the Treasury and State departments, as well as on Capitol Hill.


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