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Vladislav Inozemtsev

Vladislav Inozemtsev

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Vladislav Inozemtsev is Founder and Director of Moscow’s Centre for Post-Industrial Studies.

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  1. Why Putin Should Fear Belarus
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    Why Putin Should Fear Belarus

    Jul 2, 2020 Vladislav Inozemtsev shows why the country's upcoming presidential election could weaken the Russian leader's regime.

  2. Putin Doesn’t Care About Economic Growth
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    Putin Doesn’t Care About Economic Growth

    Jun 27, 2019 Vladislav Inozemtsev predicts that, with liberalization off the agenda, Russia is facing more stagnation or a mild recession.

  3. Good Oligarch, Bad Oligarch
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    Good Oligarch, Bad Oligarch

    Jul 31, 2018 Vladislav Inozemtsev calls for more nuance when it comes to identifying which wealthy Russians deserve Western scrutiny.

  4. Russia’s Cold War Habit
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    Russia’s Cold War Habit

    May 17, 2017 Vladislav Inozemtsev blames Russian leaders for the third major confrontation with the West since the nineteenth century.

  5. Russia’s Flirtation With Fascism
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    Russia’s Flirtation With Fascism

    Jul 29, 2016 Vladislav Inozemtsev characterizes the regime as a tamer version of the model that took hold in interwar Europe.

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    Educating the World’s Children of Conflict

    Jan Egeland highlights three key principles for ensuring the safety and well-being of traumatized boys and girls.

    What’s Wrong with ChatGPT?

    Daron Acemoglu & Simon Johnson

    Artificial intelligence is being designed and deployed by corporate America in ways that will disempower and displace workers and degrade the consumer experience, ultimately disappointing most investors. Yet economic history shows that it does not have to be this way.

    worry that the technology will be deployed to replace, rather than empower, humans.
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    Preparing Now for the Next Health Emergencies

    Mamta Murthi urges governments to invest in resilient systems of prevention and care to soften the blow of future crises.
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    German Deindustrialization Is Still Looming

    Dalia Marin looks beyond surprisingly strong recent indicators and sees a cliff edge ahead for the country’s exporters.
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    America’s Widening Productivity Gap

    Michael Spence & Belinda Azenui

    Amid labor-supply constraints and economic shocks, the case for productivity-boosting interventions is clear. Unless US policymakers use a combination of investment and incentives to reverse negative productivity trends, the US will achieve modest growth, at best.

    urge policymakers to pursue interventions aimed at reducing supply constraints in the non-tradable sector.
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    Putin’s Brezhnev Moment

    Aryeh Neier draws parallels between the regime’s ongoing crackdown on civil society and late Soviet repression.
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    Utopia or Bust

    J. Bradford DeLong considers our options for both expanding and effectively slicing the proverbial economic pie.
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    Germany’s Reckoning

    Helmut K. Anheier traces the contours of the country's debate, triggered by the Ukraine war, about its strategic future.
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    Preempting a Generative AI Monopoly

    Diane Coyle urges policymakers to take steps to counter the anti-competitive implications of a rapidly emerging market.

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