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By Project Syndicate - Mar 09,2021
By Hannah Wanjie Ryder and Gyude Moore BEIJING  —  With the arrival of US President Joe Biden’s administration, calls for a fresh allocation of special drawing rights (SDRs), the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) reserve assets, have gained new momentum.
By Project Syndicate - Mar 08,2021
By Harold James, Markus Brunnermeier and Jean-Pierre Landau PRINCETON/PARIS  —  The specter of inflation has returned. For two decades, central banks across industrialised economies were confident that they had banished it for good.
By Project Syndicate - Mar 06,2021
By José Antonio Ocampo, Joseph E. Stiglitz, and Jayati Ghosh  Dear Mr President,The world has welcomed your election and commitment to restore diplomatic engagement with the international community to the centre of US foreign policy.
By Project Syndicate - Mar 06,2021
By M. Niaz Asadullah, Nazia Mansoor, Teresa Randazzo and Zaki Wahhaj KUALA LUMPUR/LONDON/VENICE/CANTERBURY  —  In much of emerging Asia, persistent bias in favor of sons remains a barrier to girls’ life prospects  —  and often to life itself.
By Project Syndicate - Mar 02,2021
By Sema Sgaier and Prashant YadavWASHINGTON, DC  —  As the world enters the second year of the coronavirus pandemic, vaccination has moved front and center in policymakers’ responses.
By Project Syndicate - Feb 28,2021
By Victor Harison and Mario PezziniADDIS ABABA/PARIS  —  Many African countries reacted quickly and effectively to mitigate the health and economic risks posed by COVID-19.
By Project Syndicate - Feb 24,2021
By Carlo Ratti and Richard FloridaPARIS  —  Rue de Rivoli, a boulevard running through the heart of Paris, has been developed in fits and starts.
By Project Syndicate - Feb 22,2021
By Kemal Derviş and Sebastián Strauss WASHINGTON, DC  —  Discussions about climate change contain two apparently contradictory messages.
By Project Syndicate - Feb 17,2021
By Olivia Grégoire and Bertrand BadréPARIS  —  Finance is evolving in a more sustainable direction, and just in time. Pension funds, insurance companies, and sovereign wealth funds have made multiple commitments on climate change, biodiversity and economic inclusion.
By Project Syndicate - Feb 16,2021
By Nicholas Stern and Joseph E. StiglitzLONDON/NEW YORK  —  US President Joe Biden deserves congratulations for committing the United States to rejoin global efforts to combat climate change. But America and the world must respond to the challenge efficiently.



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