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Finally, the Necessary Re-Foundation of Capitalism Breaks into the Political Debate at the Highest Level (Part 1)

Finally, the Necessary Re-Foundation of Capitalism Breaks into the Political Debate at the Highest Level (Part 1)

Recasting Capitalism and correcting a course that the success of populisms, whether left or right, shows that it was only a drift has always been one of the most recurring theses from these lines, and always with a purely constructive ambition. Without going to judge whether the correct approach is a Democrat or a Republican,…

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And in the End Trump’s Economic War Begins to Make It Attractive to Relocate Companies Outside of China (Part 1)

And in the End Trump’s Economic War Begins to Make It Attractive to Relocate Companies Outside of China (Part 1)

No one in the financial world (and just in the street-level world) has been able to dodge on the covers and in the media that eternal debate about whether the trade war was going to harm the US or China. It is an issue that has often been exposed as a simple football match, when…

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And in the End Trump’s Economic War Begins to Make It Attractive to Relocate Companies Outside of China (Part 2)

And in the End Trump’s Economic War Begins to Make It Attractive to Relocate Companies Outside of China (Part 2)

The China relocator is now relocated… China is testing its own globalizing medicine Meanwhile, in the last rales of multilateralism and globalization that we still cannot know very well if we will have to bury definitively, Chinese production had already been relocating Chinese production to Africa. A trend instrumentalized by the Chinese regime to secure…

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2019 Nobel Prize in Economics at Banerjee, Duflo and Kremer: Solving Poverty Rather Than Inequality (Part 2)

2019 Nobel Prize in Economics at Banerjee, Duflo and Kremer: Solving Poverty Rather Than Inequality (Part 2)

“Divide and conquer,” also to fight against poverty Economic science has often tried to solve poverty from large macroeconomic initiatives, whose direct effect on communities is not easy to measure, and which are also usually contaminated by political and ideological biases almost inevitably. The great contribution of Banerjee, Duflo, and Kremer to the developing economy…

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2019 Nobel Prize in Economics at Banerjee, Duflo and Kremer: Solving Poverty Rather Than Inequality (Part 1)

2019 Nobel Prize in Economics at Banerjee, Duflo and Kremer: Solving Poverty Rather Than Inequality (Part 1)

The 2019 Nobel Prize in Economics has just been announced, which has fallen to Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo and Michael Kremer (researchers at MIT and Harvard) for their “experimental approach to poverty alleviation .” The academy thus recognizes its contribution on the ground to the advances of the economy of developing countries, with practical applications…

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Finally, the Necessary Re-Foundation of Capitalism Breaks into the Political Debate at the Highest Level (Part 2)

Finally, the Necessary Re-Foundation of Capitalism Breaks into the Political Debate at the Highest Level (Part 2)

Elizabeth Warren knows exactly what she wants to do to undertake this re-foundation, and Everything must be said, quite a lot of her ideas make perfect sense, especially those aimed at tackling system corruption, returning Capitalism to its most popular concept, and those of limiting the power of large multinationals to “influence” politicians, who use…

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