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Filipe Campante

Filipe Campante

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Filipe Campante is Associate Professor of Public Policy at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government.

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  1. Brazil’s Argentina Moment
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    Brazil’s Argentina Moment

    Jun 8, 2017 Filipe Campante & Dani Rodrik question the long-term impact of the recent constitutional amendment capping government spending.

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    What Pandemic Preparedness Would Look Like

    Joseph E. Stiglitz

    Given strong odds that we will face another pandemic, the international community is rightly engaged in discussions about how to do better next time. But the latest United Nations agreement on the issue offers mere platitudes, rather than the kind of concrete measures needed to stay ahead of a new pathogen.

    explains what governments need to do to demonstrate that they are taking the threat seriously.
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    Multilateral Development Banks Must Participate in Debt Relief

    Ulrich Volz & Marina Zucker-Marques explain why accepting a haircut is not only right and necessary but also feasible and cost-effective.
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    The Anatomy of the Global Inflation Spike

    Richard Clarida considers the causes and consequences of post-pandemic price surges in their global context.
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    Ratcheting Up the Pressure on Russia’s Oil Revenues

    Simon Johnson & Catherine Wolfram propose three steps to prevent the rise in world prices from benefiting the Kremlin's war effort.
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    Gender Justice Is Climate Justice

    Immaculate Atuhamize & Bertrand Badré explain why equal access to education and resources can help mitigate the effects of the current crisis.
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    China’s Policy-Induced Slowdown

    Yu Yongding blames falling growth on overly conservative monetary and fiscal policies, not structural changes.
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    Chinese Regulators Give AI Firms a Helping Hand

    Angela Huyue Zhang

    While China was an early mover in regulating generative AI, it is also highly supportive of the technology and the companies developing it. Chinese AI firms might even have a competitive advantage over their American and European counterparts, which are facing strong regulatory headwinds and proliferating legal challenges.

    thinks the rules governing generative artificial intelligence give domestic firms a competitive advantage.
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    Ending the UK’s Permanent Silly Season

    Jim O'Neill explains what it will take for any political party to restore hope in the country's long-term economic future.
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    Freedom Without Justice

    Slavoj Žižek considers what an Albanian Marxist philosopher can tell us about liberty in today's world.

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