Adina Goldstein

An economist with a Masters from University of Pennsylvania, Adina has worked in both the Federal Reserve and Goldman Sachs. She is exceedingly interested in the real world application of economics and is passionate about exploring the key economic issues that we face today.

One Year Later: No State, No Bid, No Freedom

September 24, 2012

It is now the responsibility of the Palestinian people themselves, to deny the leadership legitimacy of the Palestinian Authority as well as to seek alternative paths forward to end the Israeli occupation, argues Noura Erakat. In early August 2012, Palestinian Authority (PA) President Mahmoud Abbas vowed to renew the United...

The European Sovereign Debt Crisis

March 22, 2011

What is it? For many years, low interests rates have made borrowing in Europe cheap. Many European countries have taken advantage of this opportunity: Greece, Spain and Ireland (which had systematically deregulated banks and implemented corporate tax incentives) all experienced intense economic growth. In early 2010, the new government in...