Resident finance guru Quentin Dupont examines how the quest for the perfect budget can’t only be about the numbers.
TJP’s own equalizer, Quentin Dupont, brings a fresh dose of égalité to the income inequality debate.
So Pope Francis isn’t really a Marxist, fine. But how can we characterize his economics? And what does it mean for economists?
Why pay attention to a conversation between Pope Francis and the superiors of religious orders? Because it shows us a transparent Church.
As he watches the #AskJPM snark-pocalypse unfold, all Quentin Dupont can say is “Oh, honey …”
Pope Francis once said that a shepherd should have the scent of his flock. Now, he’s giving us a fuller picture of what that means.
Finance guru Quentin Dupont discusses his fascination (and borderline man-crush) with JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon.
Quentin Dupont considers the consequences and controversies of the economics of globalization and the little Andean grain at the middle of it all.
In the wake of Superstorm Sandy, TJP’s resident policy wonk Quentin DuPont looks for common ground in four characteristics of the common good.