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Search Results for: Dani Rodrik
BOOK REVIEW Economics Rules: The Rights and Wrongs of the Dismal Science, Author: Dani Rodrik. Why is there such an enormous gulf between what economists know and what they say in public? By Peter Turchin – Rodrik notes early in … Continue reading
By Dani Rodrik – We seem to be living in an accelerated age of revolutionary technological breakthroughs. Barely a day passes without the announcement of some major new development in artificial intelligence, biotechnology, digitization, or automation. The debate is about … Continue reading
By Dani Rodrik – How quickly emerging markets’ fortunes have turned. First, emerging-market hype is just that. Economic miracles rarely occur, and for good reason. Governments that can intervene massively to restructure and diversify the economy, while preventing the state … Continue reading