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Stefanie Stantcheva

Stefanie Stantcheva

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Stefanie Stantcheva is Professor of Economics at Harvard University.

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  1. Inside America's Polarized Views on Race
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    Inside America's Polarized Views on Race

    Dec 13, 2021 Stefanie Stantcheva shows that the beliefs that are most predictive of policy views are also the hardest to change.

  2. Inequality and the Macron Commission
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    Inequality and the Macron Commission

    Jul 8, 2021 Dani Rodrik & Stefanie Stantcheva describe their recommendations to the French president on the global economy's main long-term challenges.

  3. Civil Liberties in a Pandemic
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    Civil Liberties in a Pandemic

    Oct 30, 2020 Stefanie Stantcheva shares findings from 15 countries on public attitudes toward the trade-offs needed to tackle COVID-19.

  4. The Post-Pandemic Social Contract
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    The Post-Pandemic Social Contract

    Jun 11, 2020 Dani Rodrik & Stefanie Stantcheva urge policymakers to pursue growth strategies that directly target the creation of good jobs.

  5. The Fog of Immigration
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    The Fog of Immigration

    Aug 3, 2018 Stefanie Stantcheva shares findings from a recent study revealing Western publics’ widespread ignorance of the issue.

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    The King of the Americans

    Steve Pincus observes that the US Supreme Court has given the president powers denied to English monarchs since James II.
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    Will Trump Benefit from the Attempt on His Life?

    Shang-Jin Wei

    Taiwan’s experience suggests that the attempted assassination of former US President Donald Trump may provide him with enough sympathy votes to return to the White House. Barring a dramatic shift, such as President Joe Biden being replaced by a more dynamic nominee, the prospects for a Democratic victory appear dim.

    draws parallels between the attack on Trump and the incident that swayed the 2004 Taiwanese election.
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    Fighting Climate Change Requires a Different Mindset

    Sonia Guajajara thinks the rest of the world can learn a lot from how indigenous peoples relate to nature.
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    The Supreme Court Just Sabotaged the US Economy

    Kenneth Jacobs considers the implications of a decision that will hobble federal rulemaking and unleash a wave of litigation.
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    Gen Z’s Growing Consumer Power

    Wolfgang Fengler explains how the generation’s enormous economic potential will unfold over the next two decades.
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    Why Is China’s Consumption Rate So Low?

    Zhang Jun thinks Chinese households are spending more than official data indicate, but that more support is needed.
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    South Korea Is Caught in the Crossfire of the US-China Trade War

    Anne O. Krueger warns that America’s recent policy shifts could jeopardize a critical strategic alliance in East Asia.
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    What to Do About the Taliban’s Gender Apartheid

    Gordon Brown proposes how international pressure can be brought to bear to reverse the regime's ban on girls' education.
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    What Labour Needs to Succeed

    Mariana Mazzucato & Sarah Doyle share lessons from other countries about how to implement an effective industrial strategy.

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