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Ann Baldwin

Ann Baldwin

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Ann Baldwin is Professor of Physiology and Psychology at the University of Arizona.

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  1. The Stressful Life of Laboratory Animals
    08b3ab0346f86f380ec46216_jm892.jpg Jim Meehan

    The Stressful Life of Laboratory Animals

    Oct 25, 2007 Ann Baldwin

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    Western Firms Should Leave China Now

    Simon Johnson, et al.

    Since the 1990s, Western companies have invested a fortune in the Chinese economy, and tens of thousands of Chinese students have studied in US and European universities or worked in Western companies. None of this made China more democratic, and now it is heading toward an economic showdown with the US.

    argue that the strategy of economic engagement has failed to mitigate the Chinese regime’s behavior.
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    We Are All Argentines

    Andrés Velasco explains why voters support misguided economic policies even after they have failed repeatedly.
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    The Twilight Zone of Economics

    Antara Haldar

    While Chicago School orthodoxy says that humans can’t beat markets, behavioral economists insist that it’s humans who make markets, which means that humans can strive to improve their functioning. Which claim you believe has important implications for both economic theory and financial regulation.

    uses Nobel laureate Robert J. Shiller’s work to buttress the case for a behavioral approach to economics.
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    Nature as Infrastructure

    Erik Berglöf urges leaders to assess what natural landscapes can deliver before considering “grey” solutions.
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    Europe Knows that Climate Action Is Vital to Global Security

    Josep Borrell & Wopke Hoekstra reiterates the EU’s commitment to advancing mitigation and adaptation, at home and globally.
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    Will High Interest Rates Trigger a Debt Disaster?

    James K. Galbraith shows that renewed warnings about dangerous debt-to-GDP ratios are belied by history and recent experience.
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    Decarbonizing Our Food

    Anna Lappé & Patty Fong show that two of the sectors most relevant to climate change are more interlinked than many realize.
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    Water and the High Price of Bad Economics

    Mariana Mazzucato, et al. explain why new thinking is needed to address a crisis closely linked to climate change and biodiversity loss.
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    At COP28, Cities Will Show Us the Way

    Michael R. Bloomberg & Yvonne Aki-Sawyerr call attention to subnational efforts to drive climate-change mitigation and adaptation efforts.

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