Economics editor/writer at Bloomberg View

Paula Dwyer's Biography

Writer/editor on economic, financial, regulatory and business issues for Bloomberg View. Former NYT Washington economics editor and deputy business editor. Ex-BusinessWeek Assistant Managing Editor, Deputy Washington Bureau Chief, London Bureau Chief, investigative correspondent and Congressional correspondent. Co-author of NYT bestseller, "Take On the Street," with former SEC Chairman Arthur Levitt. Pulitzer Prize finalist for editorial writing in 2012. Live in Virginia and Brooklyn, NY.

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Bloomberg View Op-ed: Trump's loophole closing wouldn't soak the rich

sltrib.com — "The hedge fund guys didn't build this country," Trump said in a Sunday phone interview with CBS's "Face the Nation," stealing President Barack Obama's "You didn't build that" line. "These are guys that shift paper around and they get lucky. These guys are getting away with murder.

Republicans' Misguided China-Bashing

bloombergview.com — Here's how some Republican presidential candidates think President Barack Obama should deal with the president of China, Xi Jinping. Scott Walker says the White House should cancel next month's state visit to the U.S., Xi's first. Marco Rubio advises letting Xi come for low-key working meetings, but not a state visit.
Aug 30, 2015

China bashing is back in style -- it must be election season, says @paulaEdwyer bv.ms/1fLqCAn via @BV

Aug 31, 2015

RT @ArthurLevitt: China bashing back in style -must be election season, says @paulaEdwyer bv.ms/1fLqCAn via @BV Paula nails it. China hits hurt US

Trump's Loophole Closing Wouldn't Soak the Rich

bloombergview.com — Donald Trump may believe he's the Republican candidate who can best sell a soak-the-rich tax policy to conservative voters. The catch is that his idea will barely get them wet.
Aug 25, 2015

RT @BV: Soak the rich? Trump's carried-interest tax plan would barely get them wet, says @paulaEdwyer bloombergview.com/articles/2015-…

Aug 25, 2015

Ending carried-interest break for hedge funders is fine. But it won't bring in much revenue. @paulaEdwyer bv.ms/1hE44Dv via @BV

Aug 25, 2015

Why is Donald echoing Hillary's and Bernie 's calls to end the carried-interest loophole? @paulaEdwyer bv.ms/1hE44Dv via @BV

The college debt crisis

triblive.com — Saturday, Aug. 22, 2015, 9:00 p.m. Updated 30 minutes ago More than 40 million young adults have unpaid college loans, almost twice as many as a decade ago. The total outstanding, $1.2 trillion, exceeds what households owe on their credit cards or car loans. One in six borrowers is delinquent or in default.

Politicians' student-loan fixes are bad policy

jsonline.com — Republicans Marco Rubio, Rand Paul, John Kasich and Chris Christie all have plans or will soon. The same goes for Democrats Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley. Hillary Clinton joined the crowd last week with a $350 billion package of ideas.

Scott Walker's Deal-Breaker, in One Word

bloombergview.com — That sigh of relief you hear? It's coming from policy-minded Republicans, now that their 2016 presidential candidates are finally talking about what they'd replace Obamacare with. If they can repeal it, that is: The Affordable Care Act has withstood 56 votes by congressional Republicans to kill it off, not to mention two Supreme Court challenges.
Aug 19, 2015

That one-word deal-breaker in Scott Walker's health plan. @paulaEdwyer bv.ms/1PA5biy via @BV

Aug 19, 2015

RT @paulaEdwyer: That one-word deal-breaker in Scott Walker's health plan. @paulaEdwyer bv.ms/1PA5biy via @BV

Aug 20, 2015

Obamacare has helped 32m get health coverage.Biggest winners: young adults,Hispanics,people in red states@paulaEdwyer bloombergview.com/articles/2015-…

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Why politicians' student-loan fixes are bad policy

startribune.com — Republicans Marco Rubio, Rand Paul, John Kasich and Chris Christie all have plans or will soon. The same goes for Democrats Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley. Hillary Clinton joined the crowd last week with a $350 billion package of ideas.
Aug 19, 2015

Bloomberg View explains why politicians' student-loan fixes are bad public policy. An OpEd. strib.mn/1TTNC35

Politicians' college loan fixes flawed

courant.com — Republicans Marco Rubio, Rand Paul, John Kasich and Chris Christie all have plans or will soon. The same goes for Democrats Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley. Hillary Clinton joined the crowd last week with a $350 billion package of ideas.

Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and others are missing an easy way to fix student-loans

newsday.com — Republicans Marco Rubio, Rand Paul, John Kasich and Chris Christie all have plans or will soon. The same goes for Democrats Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley. Hillary Clinton joined the crowd last week with a $350 billion package of ideas.

A Student Loan in Every Pot

bloombergview.com — Republicans Marco Rubio, Rand Paul, John Kasich and Chris Christie all have plans or will soon. The same goes for Democrats Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley. Hillary Clinton joined the crowd last week with a $350 billion package of ideas.
Aug 17, 2015

Candidates' college-debt solutions have to go beyond "a student loan in every pot." @paulaEdwyer bv.ms/1gPZXmL via @BV

Aug 17, 2015

Hillary Clinton's student-loan plan focuses on the wrong problem @paulaEdwyer bv.ms/1gPZXmL via @BV

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Sep 03, 2015

RT @BennSteil: Yellen blasts Goodell deflation measure, judge throws out Brady suspension. pic.twitter.com/uqNS0qrYII

Sep 02, 2015

Black Lives Matter is rooted in equal protection clause, says @CassSunstein bv.ms/1PJaUSN via @BV

Sep 02, 2015

Why do economists put the facts in a subordinate role and theory in the driver’s seat? @noahpinion ponders. bv.ms/1UjFWY3 via @BV

Sep 02, 2015

The 'Serena Bump' gives women's tennis a US Open sellout, writes @kavithadavidson bv.ms/1JL8UoC via @BV

Sep 02, 2015

Italy and France show how not to fix unemployment, says @bershidsky bv.ms/1PJB1cb via @BV

Sep 02, 2015

Even the winners from low oil prices could be losers, according to @agaryshilling bv.ms/1FiOLVI via @BV

Aug 31, 2015

Is there something different --and positive -- about the global slowdown? asks @foxjust bv.ms/1EtAnPi via @BV


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