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Alessio Terzi

Alessio Terzi

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Alessio Terzi, a lecturer at Sciences Po, is an economist at the European Commission and the author of Growth for Good: Reshaping Capitalism to Save Humanity from Climate Catastrophe (Harvard University Press, 2022).

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  1. Climate Political Economy
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    Climate Political Economy

    Sep 12, 2022 Alessio Terzi considers what system of governance is best suited for managing life on a warming planet.

  2. Green Development Is Now the Only Option
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    Green Development Is Now the Only Option

    Sep 8, 2022 Alessio Terzi shows why poor countries need not worry about the supposed tradeoff between economic growth and decarbonization.

  3. Heeding Europe’s Silent Majority
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    Heeding Europe’s Silent Majority

    May 8, 2019 Silvia Merler, et al. show that, contrary to the populist narrative, support for the European Union has been growing.

  4. Are Multinationals Eclipsing Nation-States?
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    Are Multinationals Eclipsing Nation-States?

    Feb 1, 2019 Stefano Marcuzzi & Alessio Terzi ask whether and how governments can reclaim the political clout now wielded by large US-based corporations.

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    Putin’s New Nuclear Blackmail

    Dina Khapaeva

    There is no question that Vladimir Putin’s nuclear threats must be taken seriously. But if the West gives in to his blackmail and allows him to claim Ukrainian lands and declare victory in the war, then the world order as we know it will collapse, and many other peoples will look to the future with dread.

    urges Western leaders not to give in to Russian President Vladimir Putin’s threats.
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    Why Populists Don’t Concede

    Jan-Werner Mueller explains the political logic of fraudulently crying “fraud” in response to an electoral loss.
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    The Challenge of Monetary Tightening

    Takatoshi Ito identifies the main risks raised by central banks’ efforts to rein in inflation.
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    The High Stakes of Climate-Risk Accounting

    Gernot Wagner & Tom Brookes show why economists can no longer ignore the need for a far more comprehensive set of welfare indicators.
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    The Cost of the Fed’s Challenged Credibility

    Mohamed A. El-Erian

    After previously eschewing interest-rate hikes, the US Federal Reserve has been tightening monetary policy at an unprecedented rate. But the current market turmoil and the central bank’s own revised projections show that a great deal of damage has already been done.

    interprets the latest market tumult as the price of delaying monetary-policy tightening for too long.
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    Core Dangers for the Fed and China

    Stephen S. Roach thinks the US central bank and Chinese governance share a conceptual weakness leading to major policy blunders.
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    Amazon’s Satanic Mills

    Antara Haldar sees recent unionization efforts as a welcome response to an unethical and inhumane business model.
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    Asia’s Captive Market for Migrant Labor

    M. Niaz Asadullah highlights how an entrenched alliance of politicians, bureaucrats, and business elites is exploiting workers.
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    In Search of a Development Plan for Asia

    Andrew Sheng & Xiao Geng argue that bottom-up institutions – not top-down strategies – are the key to regional integration.

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