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  • 17
    Mar

    2022

    A Novel Introduction to Macroeconomics

    One of the many flaws of mainstream economics is its systemic allergy to competing paradigms. My book Macroeconomics: An Introduction (2021) treats this problem by providing readers not only with an alternative...

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  • 28
    Feb

    2022

    The Money Minders

    Picking up the Pieces

    After the extensive support to monetary and financial sectors in the aftermath of the global financial crisis and then during the Covid-19 pandemic, central bankers are now faced with the difficult task...

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  • 23
    Feb

    2022

    Why Do Some Countries Thrive Despite Corruption?

    It is easy to explain why countries with rampant corruption tend to have poor economic performance: corrupt officials steal funds from the economy and steer resources to easy-to-corrupt, wasteful projects....

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  • 7
    Dec

    2021

    Why Are China Studies So Contentious?

    Studying China can be contentious. I have been in China study seminars that were as confrontational as sessions of U.S. Congress. A primary reason for the contentiousness is that people study China from...

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  • 25
    Oct

    2021

    Brain inside of a laptop computer being held

    A Q&A with Shawn Bayern, author of ‘...

    Q: What led you to start thinking about how software or robots might get legal personhood? A: It was two things, really. On one side, I started noticing that significant activities within existing...

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  • 25
    Nov

    2020

    (Re)Discovering Our “Better Angels”

    What do the United Nation’s 2030 Sustainable Development Goals, free and fair elections, and secure homelands share in common? It is this: achieving these extraordinary ends depends on committed public...

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  • 23
    Jun

    2020

    Reform and the Structure of the Indian Economy

    The Indian economy traversed a rising growth trajectory for three decades since the turn of the 1970s. It has been observed that growth came mostly from the service sector. The question that haunted economists...

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  • 11
    Jun

    2020

    Give Yourself a Nudge

    Your decisions collectively empower you to create the life that you desire. If you want to improve your professional skills, enhance a relationship, eat a more healthy diet, contribute more at work, or...

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