Например, вот кусочек из ее эссе по поводу нынешнего экономического кризиса в России (не, ну ей стихи бы писать, чесслово):
The world’s recovery is revving up, the price of oil is skyrocketing, the Russian financial markets are posting nice upside surprises, both foreign trade and domestic trade are staging strengthening performance…. Aren’t all those factors supposed to lend solid support for optimism? What is it that has suddenly made people in the country feel pessimistic despite all the encouraging data?
Perhaps, the key issue that’s grabbing the headlines at the moment is inflation that is creeping up thus posing an explicit threat to growth and dealing painful blows to the households. This together with the government’s fiscal policy decision to impose heavier tax and tariffs burden on a fragile Russian consumer leads to increased inflationary expectations. The matters wouldn’t look that bleak if it were not for the overall decrease in the households’ earnings stemming from the businesses’ cost-cutting measures and high levels of unemployment. Moreover, since the majority of the Russians are looking upon the crisis as a long-term calamity, they are more likely to continue reducing their expenses and when possible go on putting money by for the rainy day.