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By Pinelopi Koujianou Goldberg - Aug 14,2023
NEW HAVEN — For around a week in late June, Western media were obsessed with the fate of the Titan, a small submersible carrying a few billionaires and others to the sunken Titanic and later found to have imploded within hours of beginning its descent.
By Pinelopi Koujianou Goldberg - May 20,2023
NEW HAVEN — Now that the falsehoods and obfuscation of climate denialism have finally been silenced, addressing climate change has become the world’s top priority.
By Pinelopi Koujianou Goldberg - May 08,2023
NEW HAVEN — Few institutions have shown as much versatility and adaptability as the World Bank. Initially founded to address global capital-market imperfections after World War II, the institution’s primary mission evolved over time to focus on fighting extreme poverty.
By Pinelopi Koujianou Goldberg - Apr 19,2023
NEW HAVEN — There is no shortage of hyperbole in the debate about whether companies should demand a full return to office work. According to Citadel’s Ken Griffin, the hedge fund owes its record-breaking $16 billion haul last year to its staff’s full-time presence in the office.
By Pinelopi Koujianou Goldberg - Jan 18,2023
Says More…Project Syndicate: Last July, you criticised the prevailing approach to tackling inflation in the United States, arguing that interest-rate hikes would be “insufficient to rein in inflation in the short run” and “likely [to] increase unemployment over time”.
By Pinelopi Koujianou Goldberg - Nov 20,2022
 NEW HAVEN  —  Just days before the White House released the United States’ new National Security Strategy in October, President Joe Biden’s administration announced sweeping export restrictions aimed at stopping China from advancing technologically.
By Pinelopi Koujianou Goldberg - Sep 21,2022
NEW HAVEN  —  After decades of unprecedented openness, international economic relations have entered a new era, characterised by mistrust and division.
By Pinelopi Koujianou Goldberg - Sep 08,2022
NEW HAVEN  —  As inflation in the United States reaches new heights, economists are debating how high the Federal Reserve (Fed) will need to hike interest rates to curb demand and rein in price growth.
By Pinelopi Koujianou Goldberg - Mar 20,2022
NEW HAVEN  —  One of the strongest arguments for free trade is that it promotes peace between participating countries.
By Pinelopi Koujianou Goldberg - Jan 25,2022
NEW HAVEN  —  The United States-China trade war started in 2018 and has never officially ended. So, which side has been “winning” it? Recent research offers an unambiguous answer: Neither.



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