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Special Edition Magazine, Fall 2019: Sustainability

Sustainability Comes of Age brings together many of the leading voices in all of the domains involved in combating climate change, each addressing specific facets of what amounts to an existential threat.

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The Year Ahead 2019

Political backlash evolved in 2018 into a global whiplash. The Great Disruption explores what is driving this growing rebellion against the assumptions that have shaped the international order since World War II.

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The Year Ahead 2018

World-renowned thinkers and leaders address the defining political, economic, scientific, and cultural developments of the previous 12 months and suggest what to expect in 2018.

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    Central Banks’ Year of Reckoning

    Raghuram G. Rajan
    • In the absence of political solutions, central banks in the decade since the 2008 financial crisis have rolled out one unconventional monetary policy after another, with various justifications and varying effectiveness.

    •  Now that the period of monetary exceptionalism seems to be coming to an end, central bankers must soberly assess their own record.
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    How Inequality Works

    Angus Deaton
    • The political upheavals and populist incursions of the past few years owe much to widespread perceptions of inequality and economic injustice in advanced economies.

    • While median wages have stagnated, incomes at the top have continued to rise, and there is growing evidence to suggest that the two phenomena are connected.
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    Will Monetary Policy Trigger Another Financial Crisis?

    Alexander Friedman
    • Sustained unconventional monetary policies in the years after the 2008 global financial crisis created the conditions for the second-longest bull market in history.

    • But they also may have sown the seeds of the next financial crisis, which might take root as central banks continue to normalize their policies and shrink their balance sheets.
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The Year Ahead 2017

Read – and keep – this and all of the 24 commentaries by world leaders and top thinkers featured in Fatal Attraction – The Year Ahead, 2017.

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The Year Ahead 2016

Project Syndicate’s 2015 Year-End Supplement.

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