Tag Archives: global economy

Five Ways to Fight Populism

The best response to populism is active government policy. We need more and better smart liberalism.

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How Do We Fix Finance?

The United States needs to put monstrous and mostly self-serving financial institutions in proper check.

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Liberating the World Bank (From the US)

Reforms to make the World Bank less dependent on the United States would enable them to be more effective

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As the US Retreats, China Is Taking the Lead on Green Energy

China provides close to triple the average annual energy lending of the World Bank and all the Western-backed multi-lateral development banks combined.

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How the United States and UK Risk Their Global Goodwill

Britain is not alone in paying a price for its strategic isolationism. International disillusionment with the US has also begun.

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TTIP: Why the Rush?

Reflections on the negotiating style of the United States.

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2016 G20 Summit: Who Needs to Do What?

The need for action is clear, but count on it being “papered over.” Reflections on the G20 Hangzhou Summit.

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Globalization and the West: Coping With the Politics of Anger

What happens when the need for economic adjustment moves from the global South to the North.

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Time for a Global Restart, But How?

It seems we are headed for a deflationary wave or a wave of hyperinflations. But there is an alternative.

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From Employee to Self-Employed

Large organizations stifle creativity: Why we need parameters (not rules) to operate within (not under).

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