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By Project Syndicate - Jan 28,2024
By Scott Barrett, Noah Kaufmanand Joseph E. StiglitzNEW YORK — Casual observers of the recent United Nations Climate Change Conference in Dubai (COP28) can be forgiven for attributing high stakes to the event.
By Project Syndicate - Jan 28,2024
Benjamin Schreiber, Richard Mihigo, and Ann LindstrandGENEVA — There was a global sigh of relief when the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared in May 2023 that COVID-19 was no longer a public-health emergency of international concern. But there is no room for complacency.
By Project Syndicate - Jan 18,2024
Raghuram G. Rajan Says More…Project Syndicate (PS): You have criticised monetary policymakers’ response to the 2008 global economic crisis, which had profound spillover effects to which they “paid insufficient heed”.
By Project Syndicate - Jan 17,2024
By Willem H. Buiter and Ebrahim RahbariNEW YORK — The European Central Bank (ECB) too often finds itself “behind the curve” of events, and we believe the blame lies with its decision-making process, rather than its institutional setup or personnel.
By Project Syndicate - Jan 13,2024
By Refik Anadol and Karel Komárek LOS ANGELES/LUCERNE — Although our age is defined by humanity’s disproportionate influence on the planet, we ourselves are undergoing profound changes.
By Project Syndicate - Jan 04,2024
By Mark Esposito, Josh Entsminger and Terence TseLONDON — What does it take to change a person’s mind?
By Project Syndicate - Dec 28,2023
By Laura Tyson and Lenny Mendonca BERKELEY — While this year’s United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP28) in Dubai was mainly focused on the heated debate between countries about the future of fossil fuels, a delegation from the US state of California, headed by Govern
By Project Syndicate - Dec 27,2023
By Ian Bremmer, Carme Artigas, James Manyik and Marietje Schaake  NEW YORK — Although artificial intelligence (AI) has been quietly helping us for decades, with progress accelerating in recent years, 2023 will be remembered as a “big bang” moment.
By Project Syndicate - Dec 22,2023
Michael Spence Says More… Project Syndicate (PS): You, Anu Madgavkar, and Sven Smit recently pointed out that “economic dynamism and improvements in living standards are vital both to finance climate action and to ensure adequate public support for it”.
By Project Syndicate - Dec 16,2023
By Laurence Tubiana and Kevin P. Gallagher PARIS/BOSTON — With their agreement at COP28 to “transition away from fossil fuels in energy systems”, countries have made genuine progress on tackling climate change.

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