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Our Weekly Selections

Weekly Selection
29 May 2020

This article is behind a paywall, but it makes such a critical point that we decided to include it nonetheless (if you do not subscribe to the FT, ask a friend to gift it to you).
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Weekly Selection
22 May 2020

Carmen Reinhart, the Harvard professor who’s just been named chief economist at the World Bank explains why the COVID-born financial crisis will last until the health crisis is solved: “if it’s not over on the disease, it’s not over on the social distancing and the business closures, and therefore it’s not over on the balance sheet effects.
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Weekly Selection
15 May 2020

In the coming post-pandemic years, the global economy will be shaped by three trends: (1) the relationship between markets and the state will be rebalanced, in favour of the latter; (2) this will be accompanied by....
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Weekly Selection
8 May 2020

The President of the Asia Society Policy Institute and former Australian PM explains why both China and the US are likely to emerge from this crisis significantly diminished...
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Weekly Selection
1 May 2020

Gloomy but true! Covid-19 comes at a time when it conflates with ten existing diverse risks that threaten “to fuel a perfect storm that sweeps the entire global economy into a decade of despair”...
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Weekly Selection
24 April 2020

This is a great (albeit long – 20 min+) read to make sense of the overabundant information about Covid-19.
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