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By Project Syndicate - Sep 18,2019
By Ernest Liu, Atif Mian and Amir SufiCHICAGO — The real (inflation-adjusted) yield on ten-year US treasuries is currently zero, and has been extremely low for most of the past eight years.
By Project Syndicate - Sep 17,2019
By Kingsmill Bond, Angus McCroneand Jules KortenhorstLONDON — The global transition from carbon-intensive fossil fuels to cleaner, more reliable renewables like wind and solar power is already well underway.
By Project Syndicate - Sep 17,2019
By Manuel Muñiz and Marietje SchaakeBRUSSELS/MADRID — The European Union’s new leadership team must reform and deepen the bloc and strengthen its global influence. Making Europe much more innovative should therefore be at the top of the priority list.There is no time to waste.
By Project Syndicate - Sep 15,2019
By Philippe Douste-Blazy and Carl Manlan PARIS/LOMÉ — In many developing countries, women come together on a regular basis to contribute their earnings to a common pot.
By Project Syndicate - Sep 12,2019
By Kemal DerviWASHINGTON, DC — When world leaders gather in New York later this month for the annual United Nations General Assembly meetings, they will have much to discuss besides climate change and sustainable development.
By Project Syndicate - Sep 12,2019
By Alexandra BorchardtOXFORD — The British public cannot get enough news about Brexit, at least, that is what news platforms’ data analytics say.
By Project Syndicate - Sep 10,2019
By Ian Buruma LONDON — The idea that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is a man of the people, a tribune of the common man fighting the established elites, might seem anomalous, even outright bizarre.
By Project Syndicate - Sep 09,2019
By Raghuram G. RajanCHICAGO — Another day, another attack on trade.
By Project Syndicate - Sep 09,2019
By Martin ReesCAMBRIDGE — Biomedical advances in recent decades have been hugely beneficial, most of all for the world’s poor, whose life expectancy has increased dramatically. But the future looks more dangerous.
By Project Syndicate - Sep 04,2019
By Susan Lund and Laura Tyson BERKELEY — The US labour market is posting healthy numbers, for now.

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