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The later the US Federal Reserve is in reacting properly to inflationary developments, the greater the likelihood that it will have to hit
Digital payments and financial transactions hold the promise of greater convenience, stronger competition, and increased savings to society.
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Addressing climate change is vital. But so too is sound central banking. Keeping those tasks separate is best.
Omicron rattled markets. And it exposed them. Flagging profits, peak valuations and economic uncertainty are today’s realities, not tomorrow’s
The oceans are our commons. We must act before they become our tragedy. The upcoming WTO meeting offers an opportunity for a fresh start.
From the US and Brazil to Turkey and India, growing price pressures are leaving policymakers facing some difficult decisions. Unlike in many
We must address climate change with urgency, but also with political realism so we don’t otherwise lose the battle before we get effectively
Inflation is beginning to be felt in financial markets. For the astute investor, opportunity beckons.
Sustainable growth is not an oxymoron, but it is an aim that requires both markets and social awareness.
Today we are confronted by rapid change and fundamental, even existential, challenges to overly complex systems — only more flexible thinking
The digitized, dematerialized, knowledge-based economy is already here and spreading, and offers huge potential value. The challenge for firms
In the run-up to COP26, companies trumpeted their commitment to addressing climate change, often citing pledges to achieve goals decades in
For financial markets, 2022 is shaping up to be all about inflation and how central banks respond to it. A policy error could prove irreparably
Three great levers have historically moved the world: religion, government, and capital.
Addressing climate change requires resiliency and sacrifice. Both are in short supply, suggesting that required changes will be delayed, imposing
The public purse is not unlimited. It is time for proponents of government programs to focus on what is essential to achieve before the next
In a world characterized by rapid and significant change, central banks need less focus on hawks and doves, and more on crows.
When forecasts are not specific enough to be actionable, the supply response cannot adjust in a timely or efficient manner. And because there
As the world convenes to address climate change, it may take sticks as well as carrots to meet emissions targets. Tariffs on laggard nations
Even as major oil companies report record profits, the tide is turning against them and fossil fuels. The future belongs to renewables.
Parents shouldn’t spend their children’s money. But when it comes to healthcare and pensions, intergenerational injustice is enormous.