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Patricia Espinosa

Patricia Espinosa

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Patricia Espinosa Cantellano is Foreign Minister of Mexico.

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  1. From Intention to Action at COP26
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    From Intention to Action at COP26

    Oct 4, 2021 Patricia Espinosa identifies four metrics for measuring success at the upcoming climate summit in Glasgow.

  2. The Climate Fight’s Next Turning Point
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    The Climate Fight’s Next Turning Point

    Aug 28, 2018 Patricia Espinosa & Anne Hidalgo say that further progress in combating global warming requires a new form of inclusive multilateralism.

  3. Mother Nature vs. Climate Change
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    Mother Nature vs. Climate Change

    Nov 16, 2016 Martha Rojas Urrego & Patricia Espinosa say countries must conserve and expand natural ecosystems as part of their carbon-reduction efforts.

  4. The Climate’s Low-Hanging Fruit
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    The Climate’s Low-Hanging Fruit

    Sep 9, 2016 Patricia Espinosa & Mario Molina say cutting hydrofluorocarbons would reduce greenhouse-gas emissions and add to energy efficiency.

  5. Endorse the Nuclear Test Ban
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    Endorse the Nuclear Test Ban

    Dec 12, 2011 Carl Bildt & Patricia Espinosa

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    America’s Industrial Policy Is Counterproductive

    Anne O. Krueger laments that the Biden administration is adding red tape to an inefficient subsidy program.
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    Who Gets Squeezed by Austerity?

    Christy Braham urges governments to reject calls for budget cuts and invest in the welfare of billions of vulnerable workers.
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    America’s Financial Regulatory System Is Still Broken

    Howard Davies

    When a bank fails in the United States, questions about who is to blame are often directed at many different regulatory agencies, because the system is complex and hard for outsiders to understand. In the wake of the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank, the case for an overhaul could not be stronger.

    laments that the post-2008 Dodd-Frank reforms left in place a framework riddled with structural shortcomings.
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    The Water Crisis Is a Vital Investment Opportunity

    Ambroise Fayolle & Henk Ovink calls for new thinking about how we value the planet’s most important natural resource.
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    PS Events: What Economics Is Missing

    PS editors present the What Economics is Missing event.
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    Hell in the Holy Land

    Carl Bildt fears that the stage is set for another major violent conflict between Israelis and Palestinians.
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    The Fed Must Not Flinch

    Michael R. Strain

    The failures of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank are significant market events. But, given an overheated labor market and 1970s-like inflation, if the Fed cannot see the whites of the eyes of a systemic banking crisis, then it must move aggressively on the inflation front.

    urges the US central bank to continue raising interest rates, despite signs of financial-sector fragility.
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    Reimagining Development

    Andrew Sheng & Xiao Geng argue that grassroots engagement and social enterprise are crucial to achieving countries' aspirations.
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    What the World Bank Can Do About Climate Change

    Pinelopi Koujianou Goldberg explains how the institution can maximize its contribution to the global net-zero agenda.

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