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Martín Guzmán

Martín Guzmán

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Martín Guzmán is a former minister of economy of Argentina.

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  1. Debt and Disease
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    Debt and Disease

    Jan 5, 2021 Martín Guzmán shares lessons from Argentina's successful sovereign-debt restructuring amid the COVID-19 crisis.

  2. An Interview with Martín Guzmán
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    An Interview with Martín Guzmán

    Dec 22, 2020 Martín Guzmán examines the lessons of Argentina’s recent debt restructuring, considers the applications of his (and Joseph Stiglitz’s) theory of “pseudo-wealth,” and shows what Dostoyevsky understood about economics.

  3. Five Principles for the Pandemic
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    Five Principles for the Pandemic

    Mar 27, 2020 Martín Guzmán explains where policymakers should focus their attention in responding to the COVID-19 crisis.

  4. The Trouble with Argentina’s Economy
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    The Trouble with Argentina’s Economy

    Apr 10, 2019 Martín Guzmán fears that the current government's macroeconomic policies may make things worse before they get better.

  5. Disaster Capitalism Comes to Puerto Rico
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    Disaster Capitalism Comes to Puerto Rico

    Nov 15, 2018 Martín Guzmán & Joseph E. Stiglitz argue that a new fiscal plan and a deal with bondholders will leave the island even worse off.

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    Europe Must Clamp Down on Russian Oil Flows Through Turkey

    Martin Vladimirov urges policymakers to close the sanctions loophole that allows the Kremlin to sell fossil fuels to the EU.
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    Rebooting the Sustainable Development Goals

    John W. McArthur & Zia Khan urge political, business, and civil-society leaders to foster the big ideas needed to meet the 2030 targets.
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    Is Greece’s Six-Day Work Week a Harbinger?

    Pinelopi Koujianou Goldberg points out that the country is facing the same demographic problem as almost all advanced economies.
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    The Euro and Its Imperial Ancestors

    Victoria Gierok

    At 25, the euro has come of age at a time when European politics is tending toward fragmentation and a renewed emphasis on national sovereignty. To determine whether it will last, it helps to consult the history of earlier common-currency projects.

    draws lessons from earlier experiments with common currencies across disparate polities and economies.
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    Overcoming Political Short-Termism in Latin America

    Eric Parrado envisions independent institutions empowered to devise and implement long-term development-related policies.
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    Iran’s Economy Needs a New Deal with the West

    Djavad Salehi-Isfahani shows that pursuing sanctions relief is the only solution to the country's stagflation.
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    Africa’s Hobbled Hegemons

    Adekeye Adebajo

    In the face of regional turmoil, rising extremism, and heightened geopolitical tensions, Africa urgently needs strong leadership. But its two most significant regional powers, Nigeria and South Africa, are too constrained by domestic challenges to represent Africa’s interests effectively on the world stage.

    examines the causes of political and economic malaise in Nigeria and South Africa.
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    The US Needs a Techno-Industrial Strategy

    Liza Tobin & Addis Goldman outline a three-pronged approach that would entrench American leadership in advanced industries.
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    The Fed Should Not Cut Interest Rates Yet

    Michael R. Strain argues that declaring victory over inflation, while tempting, would be to misread current economic conditions.

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