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By Project Syndicate - Apr 12,2021
This research has identified a range of effective measures to reduce extreme poverty, including schemes to enroll more girls in school, help the unemployed find jobs, and support voters in making more informed election choices.
By Project Syndicate - Apr 10,2021
By Olivia White and Anu Madgavkar SAN FRANCISCO/MUMBAI — Even before the passage of the latest stimulus bill in the United States, governments around the world have offered almost $12 trillion in financial aid to businesses and households affected by COVID-19, equivalent to
By Project Syndicate - Apr 06,2021
In Europe, we have heard the warnings about climate change. We know that if our industrial, energy, transportation, and food systems do not change, we could face a catastrophic temperature increase of more than 3°C this century.
By Project Syndicate - Apr 06,2021
By Michel Fredeau and Jules Kortenhorst BOSTON — For decades, global leaders have failed to respond to climate change with appropriate urgency, even though the science has long been clear.
By Project Syndicate - Mar 31,2021
By Mariana Mazzucato, Laurie Macfarlane and George DibbLONDON — The term “industrial strategy” has a turbulent history.
By Project Syndicate - Mar 29,2021
By Richard N. Haass and Charles A. KupchanNEW YORK — The recent testy US-China dialogue in Alaska augurs poorly for bilateral relations.
By Project Syndicate - Mar 28,2021
By Arvind Subramanian and Davesh KapurNEW DELHI — The lack of representation of marginalised groups in the corridors of power — political, financial and cultural — is a growing source of global concern. Knowledge confers power, so who creates it matters.
By Project Syndicate - Mar 25,2021
By Michael Spence, Joseph E. Stiglitz and Jayati Ghosh  NEW YORK — The United States expects to “celebrate independence” from COVID-19 by Independence Day (July 4), when vaccines will have been made available to all adults.
By Project Syndicate - Mar 23,2021
By Sally C. Davies , Jeremy Farrar and Jim O'NeillLONDON — With the COVID-19 vaccine rollout gaining momentum, world leaders have a chance to focus more on the future of public health.
By Project Syndicate - Mar 23,2021
By Patrick Drury Byrne  and Sylvain Broyer DUBLIN — Central banks’ unconventional policies undoubtedly rescued financial markets in 2020 when the COVID-19 pandemic was at its height.



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