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    1. July 3, 2016

      There is a tax on being different

      In 1958, my father graduated from secondary school as the highest-achieving student in the state of Kansas, earning a...

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      The Brexit contagion could consume the French elite next

      After the UK’s referendum on membership of the EU, France is now being forced to look at itself in the mirror, and ask...

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      Greek debt deal reflects shifting powers among IMF members

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      No, Russia is not in decline - at least not any more and not yet

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      FirstFT - Sailing the fiscal seas

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      Welcome back, Helicopter Ben

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      Global economic recovery ‘in danger of stalling’

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      Erdogan’s security guards clash with journalists

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      Democrats struggle to harness economic feelgood factor

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      China's lending bubble is being deflated

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      Economists' climate failure must be reversed

      There is no bigger or costlier mismatch between science and economics than on climate change. Scientists have for years...

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      Incomplete public accounting threatens Africa's welfare and growth

      Change is needed to spur economic stability in Africa. Effective public sector entities require transparency,...

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      This $13tn question is more important than ever

      Just as in the Great War it became clear that war is too important to be left to generals, so too in the Great...

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      US women fall behind in jobs market

      The US was for decades held up as a global standard-bearer in furthering women’s fortunes in the jobs market. Not any...

    15. October 4, 2015

      Emerging market turmoil flashes warning lights for global economy

      Emerging economies risk “leading the world economy into a slump”, with lower growth and a rout in financial markets,...

    16. August 23, 2015

      World’s poor start to bank on a better future

      Campaigners for years have been battling to get the world’s poor better access to banking, arguing that something as...

    17. August 11, 2015

      Free Lunch: America cleans up

      Sound economics, promising politics With the "Clean Power Plan" announced by Barack Obama last week, the US government...

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      Social impact bonds need help to fulfil their potential

      A loss of $7.2m will hardly sting Goldman Sachs, which earned $8.5bn last year, or Michael Bloomberg, the billionaire...

    19. May 26, 2015

      US economic recovery masks tale of many cities

      Nearly half of the biggest US metropolitan areas have yet to recoup all the lost jobs from the Great Recession and...

    20. May 21, 2015

      Free Lunch: Slice your cake and grow it too

      Dilemma dismantled? It is another nail in the coffin for the idea that inequality is the price we must pay for economic...

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      April 23, 2015

      China's state enterprise reform: bigger, yes, but better?

      As the Chinese economy posts its slowest growth in six years, major reforms to China’s state-owned enterprises are now...

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      April 17, 2015

      Guest post: The Euro and the IMF Now

      Here’s former IMF staffer Peter Doyle , with some bold advice from the wings of the IMF Spring meetings… _______...

    23. April 14, 2015

      Lack of vocational education stifles US mobility

      If Torres Hughes had grown up in his part of the west side of Chicago in the 1960s or 1970s, manufacturing would have...

    24. April 12, 2015

      Global recovery at risk of stalling

      The global economy is mired in a “stop and go” recovery “at risk of stalling again”, according to the latest Brookings...

    25. March 4, 2015

      Londoners back greater fiscal devolution

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      February 12, 2015

      After Minsk - why the 'arms to Ukraine' debate will continue

      If the Minsk II agreement reached between the leaders of Russia, Ukraine, France and Germany can secure a ceasefire and...

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      It's Draghi versus Weidmann on ECB QE

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      October 9, 2014

      Draghi flips Keynes

      From the opening to Mario Draghi’s speech at the Brookings Institution on Thursday: As I was preparing these comments,...

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      October 6, 2014

      Government debt and monetary policy

      A new paper by several Harvard economists, including former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers, argues that a little more...

    30. October 5, 2014

      Global recovery is stalling, index signals

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    31. October 5, 2014

      Tiger index: Global recovery is stalling

      The recovery in the world’s leading economies is stalling and too reliant on the US, according to the Tracking Indices...

    32. October 5, 2014

      Job creation critical to prevent social unrest in Africa

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      September 17, 2014

      The fatal flaw that could doom the European project

      There have been many failed attempts to unify the European continent by force. More recently, politicians have tried to...

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      The billionaires bending American politics to their will

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      August 26, 2014

      Are 12 million Americans living on less than $2 a day?

      The biggest development story of the last two decades has been the vast reduction in the number of the world’s extreme...

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      A hug cannot heal US split over Iraq

      Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton plan to “hug out” their differences at a mutual friend’s birthday party in the...

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      China natural gas growth faces hurdles

      Rising incomes, rapid urbanisation and concerns over the toxic smog that enshrouds many of China’s cities is driving...

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      US recovery could test healthcare gains

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