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Anatole Kaletsky

Anatole Kaletsky

Writing for PS since 1995
78 commentaries
3 videos & podcasts

Anatole Kaletsky, Chief Economist and Co-Chairman of Gavekal Dragonomics, is the author of Capitalism 4.0: The Birth of a New Economy in the Aftermath of Crisis (PublicAffairs, 2011).

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  1. The Global Echoes of a British Near-Collapse
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    The Global Echoes of a British Near-Collapse

    Oct 11, 2022 Anatole Kaletsky identifies four features of the UK’s new economic policy that other countries may end up considering.

  2. Will Truss Rehabilitate Keynes?
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    Will Truss Rehabilitate Keynes?

    Sep 6, 2022 Anatole Kaletsky cautions against dismissing the incoming British prime minister’s radically unorthodox economic-policy agenda.

  3. Why Are Financial Markets So Complacent?
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    Why Are Financial Markets So Complacent?

    Aug 1, 2022 Anatole Kaletsky thinks investors’ current overconfidence about the global economy’s prospects reflects four cognitive biases.

  4. An Interview with Anatole Kaletsky
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    An Interview with Anatole Kaletsky

    Jan 19, 2021 Anatole Kaletsky highlights three reasons Joe Biden could govern effectively, offers a bleak outlook for post-Brexit Britain, and identifies the biggest investment risks on the horizon.

  5. Why Biden Can Overcome Political Gridlock
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    Why Biden Can Overcome Political Gridlock

    Nov 13, 2020 Anatole Kaletsky sees five reasons why the US president-elect is in a stronger position than the conventional wisdom admits.

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    Accounting for Casino Capitalism

    Hans-Werner Sinn draws parallels between recent bank collapses and the late-nineteenth-century “founders’ crash.”
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    Who Should Be Bailed Out Next?

    Simon Zadek urges rich-country governments to aid debt-distressed poor countries as urgently as they have their failing banks.
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    The Population Boon

    Beniamino Callegari & Per Espen Stoknes correct popular myths about the threat of demographic growth to sustainable development.
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    Where Is the Global South’s Rescue Brigade?

    Vera Songwe decries the unequal responses to liquidity crises in Silicon Valley compared to the developing world.
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    Beyond Industrial Policy

    Anne-Marie Slaughter & Elizabeth Garlow

    The emerging breed of industrial policies, which emphasize production, fair wages, and localism, could serve as the basis for post-neoliberal economies. But to tackle the challenges of the twenty-first century and ensure a sustainable future, we need a policy framework that recognizes the value of human connection.

    make the case for an economic strategy that prioritizes shared prosperity over competition.
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    The Other Conflict on Europe’s Doorstep

    Anders Fogh Rasmussen warns that Azerbaijan may be preparing to renew its military aggression against neighboring Armenia.
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    Let the Banks Burn

    Yanis Varoufakis

    The banking system we take for granted is unfixable. The good news is that we no longer need to rely on any private, rent-seeking, socially destabilizing network of banks, at least not the way we have so far.

    shows why the current private system is unfixable – and why we don’t need to tolerate it anymore.
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    How China Benefits from Another US Banking Crisis

    Stephen S. Roach thinks America’s latest financial trouble will reinforce a narrative of terminal national decline.
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    Xi Jinping’s Chinese Tragedy

    Orville Schell interviewed by Irena Grudzińska Gross about the country's increasingly worrisome trajectory, both at home and abroad.

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