Economics

A Necessary Divorce?

July 6, 2016 by Johan van de Ven
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History may eventually look upon Britain’s impending departure from the EU as a necessary divorce: necessary for Britain to address serious domestic divisions, necessary for the remaining EU member states to pursue systemic reform, and necessary for Westminster and Brussels to recalibrate the terms of their relationship.

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Sovereign Wealth Funds and Principles for Peer Learning

January 25, 2016 by Adam Robbins
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As sovereign wealth funds proliferate, new ones should be proactively incorporated into the global community.

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Will China’s Economic Slowdown Derail Reform?

November 23, 2015 by Ben Yunmo Wang
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China’s financial volatility this past summer stoked fears that Beijing is backing off economic liberalization in the face of a growth slowdown. But the setback does not signal a beginning of the end for reforms.

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Global Development in the Age of Automation: Catapult or Detour?

October 23, 2015 by Jessica Davis Pluess
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A new era of technological progress could help many developing countries leapfrog low-skilled manufacturing to create high value industries.

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