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Marcia Christoff-Kurapovna

Marcia Christoff-Kurapovna contributed feature pieces and op-eds on Swiss and Liechtenstein banking issues for The Wall Street Journal Europe while based in Vienna, Austria; she also authored a column, ‘Swiss Watch.’ She currently lives in Washington, DC where she is a speech and op-ed writer to foreign dignitaries.

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Can a Modern Central Bank Still Be a "Banker's Bank"?

Swiss WatchMoney and BanksMoney and Banking

The culture of central banking has ventured so far from a culture of restraint that it's unlikely anything but abolition will now fix matters.

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Hard Assets In an Age of Negative Interest Rates

Swiss WatchWorld History

For many investors who take the long view, there is a big world beyond the stock market.

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Can Switzerland Survive Today's Assault on Cash and Sound Money?

Swiss WatchWorld History

The Swiss love of privacy and sound economics has endured for centuries. But global trends continue to chip away at these venerable traditions.

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The World According to Trump: The Anti-Globalist Agenda

Global Economy

04/12/2017The Austrian
Trump’s attitude to Europe is nothing short of revolutionary. With a few words, he seems to have torn up decades of US State Department policy.

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Italy Needs a Dose of Bugatti Capitalism

World HistoryPolitical Theory

"Bugatti capitalism," typified by hyper-inventiveness and cutting-edge technological prowess that changed the course of Italian industry.

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