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Chen Long

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Chen Long, a former chief strategy officer at Ant Financial, is Director of Luohan Academy, Executive Provost of the Hupan School of Entrepreneurship, Chairman of Alibaba’s Research Council, and a member of the International Monetary Fund's FinTech Advisory Group.

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  1. Florida as a Developing Country
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    Florida as a Developing Country

    Jul 2, 2020 Michael Spence & Chen Long see a disturbing “pandemic economy” pattern emerging in Africa, South Asia, Latin America, and some US states.

  2. Graphing the Pandemic Economy
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    Graphing the Pandemic Economy

    Jun 1, 2020 Michael Spence & Chen Long share data-driven insights about how individual countries and regions have fared so far.

  3. Mapping the Digital Economy in 2020
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    Mapping the Digital Economy in 2020

    Dec 6, 2019 Chen Long & Michael Spence identify essential areas of inquiry for determining how to manage cutting-edge technologies, from mobile Internet to blockchain.

  4. The Digital Key to Inclusive Growth
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    The Digital Key to Inclusive Growth

    Nov 29, 2018 Chen Long & Michael Spence highlight the potential of technologies like mobile payment platforms to boost poor economies and regions.

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    Why Deglobalization Makes US Inflation Worse

    Dambisa Moyo laments that today’s inflationary surge has not elicited a coordinated global response.
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    How to Tax Energy Companies’ Windfall Profits

    Clemens Fuest & Axel Ockenfels

    Given the complexities of modern markets, economies, and legal regimes, new levies on energy companies will always run into implementation problems. To prevent supply shortages and other disastrous unintended consequences, policymakers must proceed with caution and coordinate across borders.

    consider the underappreciated difficulties of implementing new levies without creating unwanted side effects.
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    Is Putin in Peril?

    From alternate-reality annexations to fresh nuclear threats, Russian President Vladimir Putin seems more desperate than ever to project an image of strength after a string of battlefield defeats. As Ukrainian forces advance on Russian-occupied territories and hundreds of thousands of draft-age Russian men flee the Kremlin’s “partial mobilization,” we asked PS commentators to assess his prospects.

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    Liz Truss’s Backward Vision of the Future

    Diane Coyle argues that the new UK government will never cure what ails the British economy by living in the past.
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    The State Is Taking Back Energy

    Nick Butler sees increased government intervention in the sector as necessary but too often suboptimal.
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    The Stabilizing Effect of Inflation

    Daniel Gros explains why, despite the disruptions caused by monetary tightening, a financial crisis is unlikely.
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    Germany’s Emerging War Economy

    Dalia Marin outlines how the country can transform its economy and help Europe achieve strategic autonomy.
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    Japan’s Post-Abe Trust Crisis

    Akira Kawamoto explains how Fumio Kishida’s embattled government can regain public confidence and boost economic growth.
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    Liz Truss vs. the Bank of England

    Shang-Jin Wei explains how UK policymakers can prevent a financial crisis by helping pensioners and homeowners.

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