Sunday, April 23, 2017
  1. The Limits of Economic Optimism

    Kemal Derviş
  2. Will Economic Illiteracy Trigger a Trade War?

    Jeffrey D. Sachs
  3. Macri’s Disappointing First Year in Argentina

    Martin Guzman

    Macri’s Disappointing First Year in Argentina


     shows why the country may be economically worse off now than when its current president took over.

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    When President Maurizio Macri came to power in December 2015, his administration needed to address Argentina's fiscal and external imbalances, without undoing the progress in social inclusion that had been made over the previous decade. His approach, based on four key pillars, has not achieved that. READ MORE
  4. Capital Keeps Flowing into Latin America

    José Antonio Ocampo
  5. Too Late to Compensate Free Trade’s Losers

    Dani Rodrik

    Too Late to Compensate Free Trade’s Losers


     argues that the only viable alternative is to change the rules of globalization itself.

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    Gone are the days when policy elites confidently asserted that globalization benefits everyone: we must, they now concede, accept that economic openness produces both winners and losers. But, as Donald Trump's US presidency is showing, buying the losers' support with strong social protections is no longer a viable option. READ MORE
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