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Dani Rodrik
June 10, 2024, Opinion: "Today’s developing economies are in a bind, because innovation in manufacturing has taken a predominantly skill-biased form, reducing demand for workers…
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Claudia Goldin
June 2024, Speech: "An Evolving Economic Force.  Nobel Lecture, American Economic Association."
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Gordon Hanson
May 2024, Audio: "Gordon Hanson is the Peter Wertheim Professor in Urban Policy at Harvard Kennedy School (HKS). He is also chair of the Social and Urban Policy Area at HKS, a…
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Kenneth Rogoff
May 27, 2024, Opinion: "While rules-based monetary policy thrived when globalization put downward pressure on inflation, the COVID-19 pandemic has revived central bankers’ long-…
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Jason Furman
May 23, 2024, Audio: "This week on Facing the Future we’ll talk with Jason Furman, a former top economic advisor to Presidents Clinton and Obama. He now teaches…
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May 2024, Paper: "We introduce a framework to understand and quantify a form of liquidity risk that we dub Liquidity After Solvency Hedging or ‘LASH’ risk. Financial institutions…
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May 21, 2024, Interview: "A “great reallocation” of global supply chains is underway, Laura Alfaro, Harvard Business School professor told the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta’s…
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Mathias Risse, Christian Ketels
May 21, 2024, Opinion: "More than three decades after Michael E. Porter’s seminal “Competitive Advantage of Nations” (Porter, 1990), the competitive environment has changed…
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N. Gregory Mankiw
May 18, 2024, Paper: "I began my study of economics in the 1970s, when inflation was one of the dominant macroeconomic issues of the day. The ongoing struggles to tame inflation…
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Edward Glaeser
May 2024, Paper: "Are developing-world cities engines of opportunities for low-wage earners? In this study, we track a cohort of young low-income workers in Brazil for thirteen…