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By Mariana Mazzucato - Nov 07,2022
CAIRO  —  In recent weeks, several members of the Glasgow Financial Alliance on Net Zero (GFANZ), a group of 450 financial institutions, have quit over concerns about the cost of delivering on their climate commitments.
By Mariana Mazzucato - Nov 05,2022
SANTIAGO  —  The war in Ukraine and the global cost-of-living crisis are hitting Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) hard.
By Mariana Mazzucato - Oct 06,2022
LONDON  —  With much of the world facing unavoidable health, energy, cost-of-living, and climate challenges, progressive political leaders have an opportunity to articulate a meaningful alternative to traditional economic policymaking.
By Mariana Mazzucato - Sep 18,2022
LONDON  —  The pandemic is not over. While the summer of 2022 is very different from the summer of 2020, because we now have vaccines, treatments, and a better understanding of the virus, it’s not enough. Every week, 15,000 people still die from COVID-19.
By Mariana Mazzucato - Mar 09,2022
LONDON  —  Care is the life-giving force that sustains health and well-being, binding together societies and ecologies. But everyday forms of care, though essential, are systematically undervalued.
By Mariana Mazzucato - Feb 13,2022
LONDON — BlackRock Chairman and CEO Larry Fink’s latest annual letter has taken the business world by storm.
By Mariana Mazzucato - Nov 20,2021
LONDON — At the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Glasgow (COP26), I joined a panel with leading national politicians, including Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and Spanish Minister of the Ecological Transition Teresa Ribera, to discuss how we can get serious ab
By Mariana Mazzucato - Oct 13,2021
LONDON — The Washington Consensus is on its way out.
By Mariana Mazzucato - Apr 17,2021
LONDON — The development of COVID-19 vaccines in less than a year was clearly a major achievement. But the rollout has been far from perfect. In the United States, Operation Warp Speed met its manufacturing targets but stumbled in coordinating initial shipments.
By Mariana Mazzucato - Feb 28,2021
LONDON  —  In last year’s Reith Lectures, the BBC’s annual radio series, former Bank of England Governor Mark Carney observes that, since the 2008 financial crisis, norms and institutions have increasingly been defined by their monetary value.

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