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How the Berlin Government Could Rein in Airbnb and Protect Local Housing

If Airbnb knowingly facilitates criminal activity, it should itself be treated as a criminal enterprise.

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What’s Next for the WTO?

To reform the WTO, the director-general can take a cue from his home nation, Brazil.

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The U.S. Abandons the World’s Poor at the WTO

Does allowing India and other poor countries to help farmers and consumers really distort global markets?

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CEO Pay: A Swiss Rebellion

What will be the ramifications of a Swiss referendum on executive compensation?

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The Problem With Billionaires

A different case for higher U.S. taxes on the ultra-rich.

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Don’t Pity the Poor JP Morgan Shareholder

Accountability has to be the key underpinning of modern capitalism.

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The Democratization of Banking

Do we need to repeat the 19th-century savings bank movement for the 21st century?

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Trade Secrets and the Return of the 99 Percent

What are the architects of the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreements trying to keep secret?

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Macroeconomic Mercy and German History

Why Germany should show more generosity toward eurozone countries in crisis.

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Global Cooperation Buckling Under Past Successes

In finance and beyond, how is global cooperation failing from its own prior wins?

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