Tag Archives: auto industry

Sergio Marchionne’s Legacy for Italy

What lessons does the revival of Fiat hold for all of Italy?

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Key Takeaways From the GM Safety Debacle

What have we learned about General Motors from the latest mess?

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New Approaches to Inequality

Thinking beyond traditional economics perspectives to address inequality.

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A Modest Proposal to Save Detroit

Why not create a national park in Detroit dedicated to unbridled free-market policies?

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U.S. Ready for Clean Cars Yet?

U.S. car buyers are increasingly seeing clean cars as mainstream.

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The New Globalists: Coming of Age in a New China

How is life different for young Chinese, compared with their parents’ upbringing?

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What Really Ails Detroit

Stephan Richter’s NYTimes Oped: Detroit’s collapse — bad luck, globalization to blame or indicative of a U.S.-wide problem?

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The American Boulevard of Stolen Dreams: Part I — 1945-1980s

Why has the American Dream slipped out of the reach of more and more of the middle class?

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Financial Markets as the New WMDs

Why do armies and weapons pale in comparison to the financial markets as threats to a country's sovereignty?

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Anglicans: A Hostile Takeover From the Continent?

Why do the Vatican's policymakers believe the Church of England is in Chapter 11?

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