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Gabriel Zucman

Gabriel Zucman

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Gabriel Zucman is Professor of Economics at the University of California at Berkeley and a co-director of the World Inequality Database. His latest book (with Emmanuel Saez) is The Triumph of Injustice: How the Rich Dodge Taxes and How to Make Them Pay.

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    Saving Generation COVID

    Abiy Ahmed & Gordon Brown

    During the COVID-19 crisis, lockdowns and other social-distancing rules have forced schools worldwide to shut their doors, locking out a peak of 1.6 billion children. Unless the international community acts now, the consequences for this generation – especially its poorest members – will be severe and long-lasting.

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    Big Tech’s Big Test

    By forcing much of the world to go online, the COVID-19 crisis has rapidly broadened the global technology debate beyond questions of surveillance and privacy. The digital policies that governments adopt today will increasingly shape how we work, learn, and entertain ourselves – and how we manage future crises.

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