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Roubini has predicted that U.S. [[financial]] [[loss]]es will more than triple to $3.6 trillion, and has advocated [[nationalizing]] U.S. [[bank]]s, saying that most of them are [[insolvent]]. He has also called for an overhaul of the international [[bank]] regulatory framework.  
 
Roubini has predicted that U.S. [[financial]] [[loss]]es will more than triple to $3.6 trillion, and has advocated [[nationalizing]] U.S. [[bank]]s, saying that most of them are [[insolvent]]. He has also called for an overhaul of the international [[bank]] regulatory framework.  
  
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In June 2011, Roubini published an article on the impending breakup of the eurozone<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.economonitor.com/nouriel/2011/06/13/the-eurozone-heads-for-break-up/|name=The Eurozone Heads for Break Up|org=EconoMonitor|date=June 13, 2011}}</ref> and issued statements at a interview in Singapore suggesting that crises facing the global economy would come to a head in 2013.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-06-11/china-economy-at-risk-of-hard-landing-after-2013-nouriel-roubini-says.html|name=Roubini Says a ‘Perfect Storm’ May Converge on the Global Economy in 2013|date=June 12, 2011}}</ref>
  
 
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Nouriel Roubini
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Occupation Professor of Economics
Employer New York University
Location New York, NY

Nouriel Roubini is a New York University professor of economics and economic consultant who has been nicknamed "Dr. Doom" because of his dire economic predictions. He is widely credited with predicting the popping of the U.S. housing bubble and resultant economic collapse that began in 2007.

Roubini has predicted that U.S. financial losses will more than triple to $3.6 trillion, and has advocated nationalizing U.S. banks, saying that most of them are insolvent. He has also called for an overhaul of the international bank regulatory framework.

In June 2011, Roubini published an article on the impending breakup of the eurozone[1] and issued statements at a interview in Singapore suggesting that crises facing the global economy would come to a head in 2013.[2]

Background

  • Cofounder and chairman of Roubini Global Economics, 2004 - 2011[3]
  • Advisor to the U.S. Treasury Department, July 2000 - June 2001
  • Senior Advisor to the Under Secretary for International Affairs; Director of the Office of Policy Development and Review (U.S. Treasury) , July 1999 - June 2000
  • Senior Economist for International Affairs, White House Council of Economic Advisers, 1998-1999

Education

  • Doctor of Philosophy, Harvard University, Economics Department May 1988.
  • Laurea in Economia Politica Universita Luigi Bocconi, 1982.

References

  1. The Eurozone Heads for Break Up. EconoMonitor.
  2. Roubini Says a ‘Perfect Storm’ May Converge on the Global Economy in 2013. {{{org}}}.
  3. Nouriel Roubini. Roubini Global Economics.