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    Nouriel Roubini on stagflation, debt distress, financial innovation, and more

    Nouriel Roubini explains why advanced-economy central banks have only bad options, highlights barriers to tackling inequality, predicts that China’s growth slowdown will continue, and more.
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    Stephen S. Roach on US monetary tightening, China’s growth sacrifice, the Sino-American rivalry, and more

    Stephen S. Roach says the US Federal Reserve remains mired in the quicksand of excessive monetary accommodation, warns the Communist Party of China against “premature overreach,” proposes a three-pronged strategy for easing Sino-American tensions, and more.
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    Mariana Mazzucato on the energy crisis, the Inflation Reduction Act, REPower EU, and more

    Mariana Mazzucato reminds us that private green investment can be fickle, calls for more direct public financing of climate action, proposes policy interventions focused on “pre-distribution,” and more.
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    J. Bradford DeLong on US inflation, redistribution, economic dogma, and more

    J. Bradford DeLong explains how the US Federal Reserve is undermining market and investor confidence, urges US Democrats to uphold supply-side progressivism, and proposes a straightforward approach to addressing the problems of distribution and utilization.
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    Werner Hoyer on REPower EU, climate adaptation, clean-tech innovation, and more

    Werner Hoyer emphasizes that European investments in LNG and pipeline gas are only a stopgap, views green hydrogen as central to a mutually beneficial partnership between Africa and Europe, touts the importance of modern financial instruments to mobilizing private capital in the fight against climate change, and more.
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    Isabella M. Weber on inflation, deglobalization, China, and more

    Isabella M. Weber advocates targeted price controls over growth-depressing interest-rate hikes, warns the US and Europe to avoid energy “shock therapy,” considers the Communist Party of China’s current economic priorities, and more.
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    Mark J. Roe on the Inflation Reduction Act, stock buybacks, stakeholder capitalism, and more

    Mark J. Roe refutes the prevailing narrative that stock-market short-termism is killing R&D, describes a corporate-tax reform that would provide a real boost to the US economy, explains why pressure on corporations to advance the public good is misguided, and more.
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    Howard Davies on forward guidance, central-bank independence, the Volcker Rule, and more

    Howard Davies fears that bringing the current bout of inflation under control will carry high costs, suggests ways monetary policymakers can protect their reputations, defends the UK Treasury from accusations that it is too powerful, and more.
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    Helen Thompson on energy markets, the Ukraine war, the crisis of democracy, and more

    Helen Thompson explains why European countries cannot end their energy relationship with Russia, highlights the link between Chinese demand for oil and gas and Russia’s war on Ukraine, calls for an American oil strategy, and more.
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    Mohamed A. El-Erian on US monetary policy, the Ukraine war's economic fallout, stock-market resilience, and more

    Mohamed A. El-Erian warns that the US Federal Reserve’s past failures have left it with no good options, describes the pillars of a US response to the economic impact of Russia’s war, and proposes new rules for countries’ long-term growth strategies.
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    Antara Haldar on Partygate, the US Supreme Court, Homo Economicus, and more

    Antara Haldar highlights a potential institutional advantage of developing countries, shows how the hesitation to appeal to voters’ emotions is putting progressives at a disadvantage, and considers where the economics discipline is headed.
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    Marion Laboure on fintech, the crypto crash, stablecoins, and more

    Marion Laboure puts the plummeting value of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in perspective, considers how financial technologies can boost financial inclusion and reduce inequality, and highlights the vulnerabilities illustrated by the TerraUSD crash.

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