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By Diane Coyle - Jun 06,2021
CAMBRIDGE — One of the economic challenges facing all Western governments in these uniquely testing times is how to redress geographic inequalities that have emerged over several decades.
By Diane Coyle - Dec 04,2020
CAMBRIDGE — This has been a brutal year, with the COVID-19 pandemic forcing governments around the world to close down many aspects of normal everyday life while supporting workers and businesses with extraordinary emergency measures.
By Diane Coyle - Oct 18,2020
CAMBRIDGE — In a 1996 lecture entitled “Big Bills Left on the Sidewalk”, the late Mancur Olson made a powerful observation: an individual from a poor country, say, Haiti, who migrates to a richer country like the United States immediately becomes vastly more productive and earns
By Diane Coyle - Aug 24,2020
CAMBRIDGE — Big Tech is back in the spotlight, and not in a good way.
By Diane Coyle - Feb 28,2020
CAMBRIDGE — Everybody seems to agree that data will play a fundamental role in the economy of the future, whether through health discoveries, smart energy grids, autonomous vehicles or other areas of innovation.
By Diane Coyle - Jan 15,2020
CAMBRIDGE — The 2020s will be the decade when the idea that economic problems can be “left to the market” to solve is finally put to rest, after some 40 years during which that belief has caused untold damage to society and the environment.We can foretell this with such conf
By Diane Coyle - Nov 17,2019
CAMBRIDGE — The word “productivity” typically calls to mind industrial assembly lines pumping out cars or washing machines, breakfast cereal or shoes. The word may also conjure images of crops being harvested, livestock being butchered or houses being built.
By Diane Coyle - Aug 15,2019
CAMBRIDGE — Do we know how economies develop? Obviously not, it seems, or otherwise every country would be doing better than it currently is in these low-growth times.
By Diane Coyle - Jul 02,2019
CAMBRIDGE — One of the biggest concerns about today’s tech giants is their market power. At least outside China, Google, Facebook and Amazon dominate online search, social media and online retail, respectively.
By Diane Coyle - Feb 24,2019
CAMBRIDGE — Is the world becoming increasingly prosperous? It would be hard to answer “yes” right now, at least so far as the leading high-income economies are concerned.

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