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    Europe's Way Out

    CAMBRIDGE - It seems that austerity is out of fashion in the eurozone - at least for the moment. The European Commission has given Spain, France, and the

    – by Dani Rodrik

    What Use Are Economists?

    CAMBRIDGE - When the stakes are high, it is no surprise that battling political opponents use whatever support they can garner from economists and other

    – by Dani Rodrik

    What the World Needs from the BRICS

    CAMBRIDGE - In 2001, Goldman Sachs' famously coined the term BRIC to characterize the world's four largest developing economies - Brazil, Russia, India, and

    – by Dani Rodrik

    National Governments, Global Citizens

    CAMBRIDGE - Nothing endangers globalization more than the yawning governance gap - the dangerous disparity between the national scope of political

    – by Dani Rodrik

    The Tyranny of Political Economy

    CAMBRIDGE - There was a time when we economists steered clear of politics. We viewed our job as describing how market economies work, when they fail, and how

    – by Dani Rodrik

    The New Mercantilist Challenge

    CAMBRIDGE - The history of economics is largely a struggle between two opposing schools of thought, liberalism and mercantilism. Economic liberalism, with its

    – by Dani Rodrik

    Global Capital Rules

    CAMBRIDGE - It's official. The has put its stamp of approval on capital controls, thereby legitimizing the use of taxes and other restrictions on cross-border

    – by Dani Rodrik

    America's Third-World Politics

    CAMBRIDGE - With its presidential election over, the United States can finally take a breather from campaign politics, at least for a while. But an

    – by Dani Rodrik

    The Truth About Sovereignty

    CAMBRIDGE - In the French parliament's recent debate on Europe's new fiscal treaty, the country's Socialist government vehemently denied that ratification of

    – by Dani Rodrik

    After the Millennium Development Goals

    CAMBRIDGE - In 2000, 189 countries collectively adopted the , which evolved into a set of concrete targets called the . These ambitious targets - ranging from

    – by Dani Rodrik

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