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    Robert Skidelsky on Keynes, AI, the future of work, and more

    Robert Skidelsky argues that the best way to secure supply chains is peace, highlights three grave risks posed by artificial intelligence, challenges the notion that science and religion should be regarded as opposites, and more.
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    Katharina Pistor on financial risk, wealth creation, digital currencies, and more

    Katharina Pistor highlights the government’s role in perpetuating financial-sector fragility, urges stronger enforcement of legal accountability for political leaders, explains why trading nature derivatives should not be confused with protecting nature, and more.
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    Raghuram G. Rajan on inflation, financial risks, interest rates, and more

    Raghuram G. Rajan says when the US Federal Reserve might start cutting rates, considers how to mitigate monetary-policy spillovers, proposes measures to boost financial stability, and more.
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    Antara Haldar on behavioral economics, development models, global governance, and more

    Antara Haldar advocates a radical rethink of development, explains what went right at the recent AI Safety Summit, highlights the economics discipline’s shortcomings, and more.
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    Jayati Ghosh on greedflation, debt, corporate taxation, and more

    Jayati Ghosh argues that advanced-economy rate hikes were both unnecessary and damaging, considers how to reduce the power of agribusiness over the global food system, condemns the Indian government’s manipulation of essential economic data, and more.
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    Michael Spence on industrial policy, AI, growth models, and more

    Michael Spence describes the global economy’s new supply conditions, urges governments to tap the potential of artificial intelligence to boost productivity, explains why the relationship between monetary and fiscal policy must change, and more.
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    Dani Rodrik on protectionism, development, redistribution, and more

    Dani Rodrik identifies blind spots in mainstream economics, worries that the US-China rivalry will undermine “healthy” globalization, highlights flaws in prevailing approaches to free-trade agreements, and more.
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    Ashoka Mody on Indian corruption, growth, jobs, and more

    Ashoka Mody traces the roots of the lack of accountability in India, highlights shortcomings in human capital and gender equality, casts doubt on the country’s ability to assume a Chinese-style role in manufacturing, and more.
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    Mónica Araya on electric vehicles, US climate policy, the EU-Mercosur trade deal, and more

    Mónica Araya welcomes progress toward zero-emission transport, laments the fossil-fuel industry’s outsize influence over governments everywhere, argues that European climate action should be based on a people-centered political narrative, and more.
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    Teresa Ghilarducci on US debt, the retirement age, Social Security, and more

    Teresa Ghilarducci considers what we should learn from the recent downgrade of America’s long-term credit rating, praises the Biden administration’s contributions to worker power, suggests how to tackle rising poverty among the elderly, and more.
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    Keun Lee on AI, Chinese growth, innovation systems, and more

    Keun Lee considers what artificial intelligence requires of governments, identifies lessons for advanced economies pursuing industrial policy, highlights the risk inequality poses to China’s development, and more.
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    Ian Buruma on Taiwan, the paradox of Pax Americana, and the truths political lies reveal

    Ian Buruma suggests how the United States can defend democracy globally, warns that political violence could mar next year’s presidential election, and highlights the imagined realities that increasingly pervade political life, even in democracies.

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