Project Syndicate

14th Jan 20, 12:33pm
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Willem Buiter rejects the idea that today's secular stagnation is an inevitable consequence of historic forces
Willem Buiter rejects the idea that today's secular stagnation is an inevitable consequence of historic forces
14th Jan 20, 12:33pm
9th Jan 20, 11:44am
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Diane Coyle shows why the digital economy's continued growth will help to bury a highly damaging policy paradigm
Diane Coyle shows why the digital economy's continued growth will help to bury a highly damaging policy paradigm
9th Jan 20, 11:44am
8th Jan 20, 11:33am
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Miao Yanliang explains the dilemma facing monetary policymakers when interest rates get stuck at or near the zero-lower bound
Miao Yanliang explains the dilemma facing monetary policymakers when interest rates get stuck at or near the zero-lower bound
8th Jan 20, 11:33am
7th Jan 20, 10:04am
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Yu Yongding defends his argument the the Chinese economy has the space - and the urgent need - for fiscal and monetary stimulus
Yu Yongding defends his argument the the Chinese economy has the space - and the urgent need - for fiscal and monetary stimulus
7th Jan 20, 10:04am
4th Jan 20, 10:19am
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Ownership concentration is having adverse effects on competition, wealth distribution, and fiscal transparency, and they are likely to worsen in the coming years
Ownership concentration is having adverse effects on competition, wealth distribution, and fiscal transparency, and they are likely to worsen in the coming years
4th Jan 20, 10:19am
3rd Jan 20, 10:35am
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Governments, and ultimately people, can reverse the alarming trends of 2019. But 2020 will be another year of living dangerously if short-term policies continue to be pursued at the expense of long-term vision
Governments, and ultimately people, can reverse the alarming trends of 2019. But 2020 will be another year of living dangerously if short-term policies continue to be pursued at the expense of long-term vision
3rd Jan 20, 10:35am
31st Dec 19, 10:34am
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Koichi Hamada asks why the business cycle seems to function so differently today than it did when the late Paul Volker was US Fed chief
Koichi Hamada asks why the business cycle seems to function so differently today than it did when the late Paul Volker was US Fed chief
31st Dec 19, 10:34am
31st Dec 19, 10:00am
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Like an overprotective parent, China’s central government needs to learn to let go. While a more relaxed approach to economic management carries some short-term risks, it is essential to future growth and prosperity
Like an overprotective parent, China’s central government needs to learn to let go. While a more relaxed approach to economic management carries some short-term risks, it is essential to future growth and prosperity
31st Dec 19, 10:00am
27th Dec 19, 9:29am
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Stephen Roach argues that growing economic, financial, and monetary policy risks warrant concern about a major shock
Stephen Roach argues that growing economic, financial, and monetary policy risks warrant concern about a major shock
27th Dec 19, 9:29am
27th Dec 19, 9:15am
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A researcher lament of governments' failure to collect the most basic statistics on the distribution of income and wealth, an absurd failure because banks and big tech have this data now
A researcher lament of governments' failure to collect the most basic statistics on the distribution of income and wealth, an absurd failure because banks and big tech have this data now
27th Dec 19, 9:15am
24th Dec 19, 10:06am
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China’s “one country, two systems” model for governing Hong Kong is failing. The Chinese state, built on a rigid millennia-old paradigm of political order, cannot cope with any deviation or conflict
China’s “one country, two systems” model for governing Hong Kong is failing. The Chinese state, built on a rigid millennia-old paradigm of political order, cannot cope with any deviation or conflict
24th Dec 19, 10:06am
23rd Dec 19, 11:07am
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What America needs are policies to shape the direction of technological development and restore workers' living standards and bargaining power
What America needs are policies to shape the direction of technological development and restore workers' living standards and bargaining power
23rd Dec 19, 11:07am
22nd Dec 19, 3:35pm
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Much larger investment in green-energy research and development is what is actually needed, rather than trivial campaign slogans, and a massive effort needs to start now
Much larger investment in green-energy research and development is what is actually needed, rather than trivial campaign slogans, and a massive effort needs to start now
22nd Dec 19, 3:35pm
21st Dec 19, 10:20am
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If the West wants to compete effectively against China and other fast-growing Asian countries, governments need to make innovation central to their economic policies, says David Sainsbury
If the West wants to compete effectively against China and other fast-growing Asian countries, governments need to make innovation central to their economic policies, says David Sainsbury
21st Dec 19, 10:20am
3rd Dec 19, 11:44am
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Davos boss wants stakeholder capitalism to replace shareholder capitalism, where 'shared value creation' includes ESG targets alongside financial metrics
Davos boss wants stakeholder capitalism to replace shareholder capitalism, where 'shared value creation' includes ESG targets alongside financial metrics
3rd Dec 19, 11:44am
30th Nov 19, 10:57am
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East Asia has a long tradition of forward-thinking policymaking. At a time of serious economic, political, and social challenges, the region must uphold that tradition – or Latin America’s tumultuous present may be its future
East Asia has a long tradition of forward-thinking policymaking. At a time of serious economic, political, and social challenges, the region must uphold that tradition – or Latin America’s tumultuous present may be its future
30th Nov 19, 10:57am
26th Nov 19, 9:57am
Stephen Roach says trade truce or not, a protracted Cold War-like conflict between the United States and China has already begun. That should worry the US, which, unlike China, is devoid of a long-term strategic framework
Stephen Roach says trade truce or not, a protracted Cold War-like conflict between the United States and China has already begun. That should worry the US, which, unlike China, is devoid of a long-term strategic framework
26th Nov 19, 9:57am
23rd Nov 19, 9:46am
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In 1995, a sociologist argued that developed countries’ “overriding task” for the subsequent decade was to "square the circle of wealth creation, social cohesion, and political freedom.” More than two decades later, most have not even attempted that feat
In 1995, a sociologist argued that developed countries’ “overriding task” for the subsequent decade was to "square the circle of wealth creation, social cohesion, and political freedom.” More than two decades later, most have not even attempted that feat
23rd Nov 19, 9:46am
16th Nov 19, 9:31am
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Yuen Yuen Ang says nothing beats inclusive economic growth as the way to lift large numbers of people out of poverty
Yuen Yuen Ang says nothing beats inclusive economic growth as the way to lift large numbers of people out of poverty
16th Nov 19, 9:31am
7th Nov 19, 1:26pm
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Diane Coyle argues 'dematerialisation' of economies demands a more nuanced understanding of what drives productivity
Diane Coyle argues 'dematerialisation' of economies demands a more nuanced understanding of what drives productivity
7th Nov 19, 1:26pm

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