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Lars P. Feld

Lars P. Feld

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Lars P. Feld, Professor of Economics at the University of Freiburg, is Director of the Walter Eucken Institute.

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  1. Why Inflation Persists
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    Why Inflation Persists

    Mar 31, 2023 Lars P. Feld navigates the complex array of factors that give rise to one of the biggest problems in macroeconomics.

  2. The ECB’s Toxic Bond-Purchase Program
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    The ECB’s Toxic Bond-Purchase Program

    Jul 27, 2022 Lars P. Feld, et al. warn that the European Central Bank’s new anti-fragmentation instrument risks destabilizing the eurozone.

  3. A New Fiscal Strategy for Germany
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    A New Fiscal Strategy for Germany

    Jul 20, 2022 Christian Lindner & Lars P. Feld present a three-part plan to boost sustainable growth without further stoking inflation.

  4. Why the Social Market Economy Succeeds
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    Why the Social Market Economy Succeeds

    Mar 12, 2021 Lars P. Feld, et al. explain what policymakers everywhere can learn from the German post-war economic model.

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    The Ozone Layer’s Recovery Shows How to Protect the Planet

    Robert Redford & Xiye Bastida highlight the critical role of international cooperation in preserving the planet’s habitability.
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    The Middle East Needs a Ceasefire Now

    Daoud Kuttab explains why the latest escalation could lead to a truce instead of an all-out military showdown.
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    Overcoming the Development-Project Implementation Gap

    Jorge Moreira da Silva & Jorge Moreira da Silva highlights ways to strengthen the International Development Association’s already-powerful impact.
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    Developing Countries’ Liquidity Crisis Is Not Over

    Ishac Diwan & Vera Songwe urge global policymakers to prevent mass insolvency and finance urgent climate projects.
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    America’s Manufacturing Renaissance Will Create Few Good Jobs

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    Many countries’ recent experiences show that boosting manufacturing employment is like chasing a fast-receding target. Automation and skill-biased technology have made it extremely unlikely that manufacturing can be the labor-absorbing activity it once was, which means that the future of “good jobs” must be created in services.

    shows why policies to boost employment in the twenty-first century ultimately must focus on services.
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    Minxin Pei on China’s economy, surveillance state, repression of dissent, and more

    Minxin Pei doubts China’s government is willing to do what is needed to restore growth, describes the low-tech approaches taken by the country’s vast security apparatus, considers the Chinese social-credit system’s repressive potential, and more.
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    Who Should Decide If It’s Genocide?

    David Alton, et al. urge British policymakers to take a proactive approach to addressing mass-atrocity crimes.
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    The Bretton Woods Institutions We Need

    Joaquim Levy, et al. explain how the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank can rise to current global challenges.
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    The World Cannot Afford to Ignore the Poorest Countries

    Indermit Gill & M. Ayhan Kose warn that a growing gap between the world’s haves and have-nots will undercut global goals.

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