Project Syndicate

25th Aug 18, 9:41am
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While America's fiscal hawks and doves disagree about the sustainability of US government debt, they both accept the standard measure of it as accurate. This is a mistake, and possibly a catastrophic one
While America's fiscal hawks and doves disagree about the sustainability of US government debt, they both accept the standard measure of it as accurate. This is a mistake, and possibly a catastrophic one
25th Aug 18, 9:41am
11th Aug 18, 9:34am
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James McCormack thinks the US dispute with China will have to get worse before it can get any better
James McCormack thinks the US dispute with China will have to get worse before it can get any better
11th Aug 18, 9:34am
2nd Aug 18, 11:38am
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Asad Jamal presents an alternative history that captures the long-term effects of American mercantilism
Asad Jamal presents an alternative history that captures the long-term effects of American mercantilism
2nd Aug 18, 11:38am
31st Jul 18, 11:07am
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Zhang Jun argues that, contrary to popular belief in the West, China remains a very long way from tech predominance
Zhang Jun argues that, contrary to popular belief in the West, China remains a very long way from tech predominance
31st Jul 18, 11:07am
31st Jul 18, 9:01am
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Stephen Roach spells out five lessons from a decade of quantitative easing policies by central banks
Stephen Roach spells out five lessons from a decade of quantitative easing policies by central banks
31st Jul 18, 9:01am
28th Jul 18, 9:23am
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Lee Jong-Wha considers what it would take for the Hermit Kingdom to achieve a successful economic transformation
Lee Jong-Wha considers what it would take for the Hermit Kingdom to achieve a successful economic transformation
28th Jul 18, 9:23am
22nd Jul 18, 9:02am
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Paola Subacchi thinks China has no good options if it tries to use a strategic currency devaluation in its fight against the Trump tariffs
Paola Subacchi thinks China has no good options if it tries to use a strategic currency devaluation in its fight against the Trump tariffs
22nd Jul 18, 9:02am
21st Jul 18, 9:46am
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Gaspard Koenig advocates the right to personal ownership of the digital information we generate
Gaspard Koenig advocates the right to personal ownership of the digital information we generate
21st Jul 18, 9:46am
18th Jul 18, 9:24am
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Diane Coyle says there are three ways regulation can benefit an economy. The key is how it is designed
Diane Coyle says there are three ways regulation can benefit an economy. The key is how it is designed
18th Jul 18, 9:24am
3rd Jul 18, 10:16am
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Koichi Hamada defends economic openness, while calling for concerted action to address what is fueling opposition to it
Koichi Hamada defends economic openness, while calling for concerted action to address what is fueling opposition to it
3rd Jul 18, 10:16am
27th Jun 18, 9:38am
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Columbia University's Shang-Jin Wei argues that US criticism of Chinese industrial policy is hypocritical and unfounded
Columbia University's Shang-Jin Wei argues that US criticism of Chinese industrial policy is hypocritical and unfounded
27th Jun 18, 9:38am
27th Jun 18, 2:00am
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Stephen Roach thinks current US trade, tax and spending policies constitute a classic case of imperial overreach
Stephen Roach thinks current US trade, tax and spending policies constitute a classic case of imperial overreach
27th Jun 18, 2:00am
20th Jun 18, 8:46am
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Although corporate bond values have nearly tripled in 10 years, much of that growth is in emerging markets. While a correction seems likely as defaults rise, Susan Lund says the shift toward bond financing is actually a welcome development
Although corporate bond values have nearly tripled in 10 years, much of that growth is in emerging markets. While a correction seems likely as defaults rise, Susan Lund says the shift toward bond financing is actually a welcome development
20th Jun 18, 8:46am
7th Jun 18, 4:59pm
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The current trade spat is about more than economics. Minxin Pei says while China might avoid a trade war in the short term, the longer term will bring escalating tension, possibly even a full-blown cold war
The current trade spat is about more than economics. Minxin Pei says while China might avoid a trade war in the short term, the longer term will bring escalating tension, possibly even a full-blown cold war
7th Jun 18, 4:59pm
4th Jun 18, 1:14pm
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Stephen Roach explains the political appeal of the Trump Administration's nonsensical approach to trade with China
Stephen Roach explains the political appeal of the Trump Administration's nonsensical approach to trade with China
4th Jun 18, 1:14pm
2nd Jun 18, 10:06am
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Lee Jong-Wha says rapid population aging is a serious threat to Asia’s long-term economic prospects. However Asian economies can mitigate these risks and become more productive, resilient, and dynamic than ever
Lee Jong-Wha says rapid population aging is a serious threat to Asia’s long-term economic prospects. However Asian economies can mitigate these risks and become more productive, resilient, and dynamic than ever
2nd Jun 18, 10:06am
29th May 18, 10:53am
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China is handling US trade pressure better than Japan did in the 1980s. China’s response - increasing imports and accelerating domestic structural reforms - will support high-quality long-term growth
China is handling US trade pressure better than Japan did in the 1980s. China’s response - increasing imports and accelerating domestic structural reforms - will support high-quality long-term growth
29th May 18, 10:53am
19th May 18, 9:08am
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When online consumer markets first emerged, they were hailed for empowering shoppers, encouraging competition, and reducing costs. But it's been corrupted since then with online markets becoming markets in name only
When online consumer markets first emerged, they were hailed for empowering shoppers, encouraging competition, and reducing costs. But it's been corrupted since then with online markets becoming markets in name only
19th May 18, 9:08am
15th May 18, 10:11am
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Long, slow, positive trends don’t make it to the front page or to water-cooler conversations. So we develop peculiar misperceptions, especially the idea that a preponderance of things are going wrong, says Bjørn Lomborg
Long, slow, positive trends don’t make it to the front page or to water-cooler conversations. So we develop peculiar misperceptions, especially the idea that a preponderance of things are going wrong, says Bjørn Lomborg
15th May 18, 10:11am
15th May 18, 8:41am
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By abandoning thoughtful policymaking, the US has failed to articulate anything resembling a credible national strategy. A trade war with China, which is already benefiting them at America's expense, is a case in point
By abandoning thoughtful policymaking, the US has failed to articulate anything resembling a credible national strategy. A trade war with China, which is already benefiting them at America's expense, is a case in point
15th May 18, 8:41am

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