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Inequality Doesn’t Breed Populism. Social Immobility Does – FP, 1.04.22
The left keeps losing because it has failed to promote equal opportunity rather than equal outcomes. By Eric Protzer, a research fellow at Harvard University’s Growth Lab. , and Paul Summerville, an adjunct professor at the University of Victoria’s Gustavson School of Business
Only a Financial NATO Can Win the Economic War – FP, 23.03.22
The West’s sanctions abroad will fall short without cooperation on bailouts at home. By Matthew C. Klein, Jordan Schneider, and David Talbot
Closing Tax Havens Is the True Test of the West’s Resolve – Daron Acemoglu, PS, 8.03.22
For years, Western governments and financial institutions have been gladly profiting from the schemes that allow Russian oligarchs and others to stash their ill-gotten gains abroad. Their complicity has removed the incentives these elites might have had to rein in their countries’ authoritarian leaders.
The Fight Against Inflation Is Becoming a Class War – FP, 16.02.22
Central banks have decided that heads, the rich win—tails, the poor lose. By Leah Downey, a doctoral candidate at Harvard and a visiting academic at the Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute
India Is Building a Women-Only Social Safety Net – FP, 25.01.22
Political parties across India have promised a host of new social programs exclusively for women. Is it politics or progress? By Mahima Jain, an independent editor and journalist reporting on gender, environment, culture and socio-economic issues
Why Gains for U.S. Workers Are Good for the World – FP, 20.01.22
The rising power of labor will have ripple effects far from U.S. shores. By Edward Alden, a columnist at Foreign Policy, a visiting professor at Western Washington University, and a senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations
How Inequality and Democratic Regression Have Made COVID-19 Worse – Joshua Kurlantzick, CFR, 20.01.22
Why are some large democracies struggling to contain COVID-19?
- Cel mai mare salt de avere din istorie: Principalii bogaţi la nivel mondial, 0,01% din populaţia Terrei, deţin la finalul anului 11% din avuţia planetei. Cum s-a ajuns aici – zf, 8.01.22
- Pandemia COVID a adâncit și mai mult inegalitățile dintre bogați și săraci pe planetă – 8.12.21
- Top 300 superbogați din Elveția. Averile lor au explodat în 2021, în plină criză Covid – 28.11.12
- Cum arată topul bogaților României. Ion Țiriac, avere mărită cu peste un miliard de lei în pandemie – 28.11.12
Could strategic price controls help fight inflation? – Isabella Weber, The Guardian, 29.12.21
The political economy of populism in Europe -CH, 15.12.21
Hyperglobalization and the heterogeneity of protest movements.
In Chile’s Presidential Race, Kast and Boric Are Not Equally Dangerous Extremes – FP, 17.12.21
Far-right candidate José Antonio Kast threatens to politicize the country’s constitutional rewrite. By Will Freeman, a doctoral candidate in politics at Princeton University, and Lucas Perelló, a visiting professor of international studies at Marymount Manhattan College
Chile’s President Could Be a Leftist or Another Bolsonaro – FP, 17.12.21
Covid’s solidarity failure – CH, 3.12.21
Pledges of ‘vaccines for everyone’ may have gone unfulfilled but the case for universal health reforms is gaining ground, writes Rob Yates.
Inequality is polarizing the world – CH, 3.12.21
Responses to the Covid pandemic have exposed growing global inequality in stark terms. Ian Goldin looks at ways to bridge the chasm.
Climate Crisis Should Be the Final Blow to the Washington Consensus – FP, 16.11
Groups like the G-7 are putting proactive governance back on the agenda. By Azeem Ibrahim, a columnist at Foreign Policy and a director at the Newlines Institute for Strategy and Policy
Rich Countries’ Climate Policies Are Colonialism in Green – FP, 3.11
At COP26, developed-world governments are working to keep the global south poor. By Vijaya Ramachandran, the director for energy and development at the Breakthrough Institute
The Developing World Needs Energy—and Lots of It – FP, 29.10
At COP26, leaders must find ways to allow much greater economic growth across large parts of the world. By Jason Bordoff, a columnist at Foreign Policy and the co-founding dean of the Columbia Climate School
Biden’s Foreign Policy for the Middle Class Has a Blind Spot – FP, 3.11
Enriching middle-class Americans at the expense of their counterparts in the developing world will come back to haunt the United States. By Tim Hirschel-Burns, a J.D. candidate at Yale Law School
Don’t Blame America’s Wealthy. Blame the Game – FP, 29.10
A Trump administration tax law was supposed to spur investment in disadvantaged communities. It didn’t work that way. By Zachary Karabell, the author of Inside Money: Brown Brothers Harriman and the American Way of Power
Nordic Countries Aren’t Actually Socialist – FP, 27.10
Denmark, Norway, and Sweden shouldn’t be held up as socialist utopias. By Nima Sanandaji, the director of the European Centre for Entrepreneurship and Policy Reform
Olaf Scholz’s Quiet Revolution in German Economics – FP, 8.10
A new generation of economists is changing the culture of German—and European—policymaking. By Caroline de Gruyter, a columnist at Foreign Policy and a Europe correspondent for the Dutch newspaper NRC Handelsblad
Eat the rich! Why millennials and generation Z have turned their backs on capitalism – The Guardian, 21.09
- Teoriile „se învârt în jurul a două obiective principale: căutarea independenței economice și orientarea către o creștere calitativă”, explică Jean-François Dufour.
- Pe de o parte este vorba despre a dezvolta propriile filiere de producție pentru a reduce nevoia de a importa componente din străinătate, dezvoltând în același timp consumul intern pentru a nu mai fi o țară care prosperă doar prin exporturi.
- Pe de altă parte, pentru o creștere „calitativă”, este nevoie ca producătorii chinezi să devină campioni în sectoarele „high tech” și să fie în fruntea economiei „verzi”.
> La Chine se lance dans l’étude de la pensée de Xi Jinping, les “Xiconomics” – France24, 7.07
Get Ready for a Spike in Global Unrest – FP, 22.07
COVID-19 threatens to accelerate longer-term rebellion, violence, and political upheaval. By Elise Labott, a columnist at Foreign Policy and an adjunct professor at American University’s School of International Service
The Pandemic’s Legacy Will Spur New Protests in Latin America – FP, 30.07
Increased economic inequality has only added to widespread discontent. By Joe Parkin Daniels, a freelance journalist based in Bogotá, Colombia
Colombia’s “Progress” Leaves Millions Behind – FP, 20.06
Black and Indigenous citizens have been excluded from the country’s narrative of growth. By Arturo Chang, an assistant professor of political science at the University of Toronto, and Laura García-Montoya, a postdoctoral research associate at Princeton University
- Behind every protest and every election debate around the world, an underlying theme seems to be rising anger about inequality and a sense that capitalism itself is broken. But what can be done to fix it? What can societies do to reverse some of its inherent problems? And how should this inform governments and policymakers as they shape pandemic recovery?
Thomas Piketty : « La solution la plus simple pour diffuser la richesse est l’héritage pour tous » – Le Monde, 15.05.21
L’économiste plaide pour un système de redistribution de la richesse basé sur trois piliers : revenu de base, garantie d’emploi et, surtout, héritage pour tous.
The Death of Neoliberalism Is Greatly Exaggerated – FP, 6.04.21
The West’s economic orthodoxy of the past 40 years has been shaken by the pandemic—but the fight isn’t nearly over yet. By James K. Galbraith
Why Are Republican Presidents So Bad for the Economy? – NY Times, 2.02.21
G.D.P., jobs and other indicators have all risen faster under Democrats for nearly the past century.