Tag Archives: economics

US Inequality: The Economics of Nastiness

Americans are systematically lulled into believing that inequality is an unalterable fact of life.

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China at the Crossroads

By continuing its economic rebalancing, China could increase the scale of its economy by trillions of dollars.

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Turkey’s Important Balancing Act

Promoting women’s empowerment in Turkey.

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Can the United States Close the International Wage Gap?

A generational effort is required to restore growth in U.S. wages.

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Japan: From Abenomics to Abeggedon

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Japan’s lack of political circumspection has economic consequences.

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Pity Poor Germany? Leadership Comes with Responsibility

How can an economy, which represents only 4.9% of global GDP, be so central to the global economic outlook?

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Can Africa Maintain its Economic Growth?

Smart Industrialization for Africa’s Economic Transformation.

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Corruption Campaign in China: What it Means for the World

The arrest of a top official might be the first shot in a battle to root out corruption in China.

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Countering the Voices of U.S. Economic Extremism

The economic extremism from the far right could have set the United States far off course.

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The Global Economy’s 0.1% Club

The majority of the world’s nations produce less than 0.1% of global GDP.

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