Home > Project Syndicate

The Debt Ceiling Is a Red Herring by James K. Galbraith published by Project Syndicate (1/2023). “With congressional Republicans planning to use the debt ceiling to extract spending cuts and other concessions from the Democrats, everyone seems to agree…

Most-Read on Economics & World Affairs 2016 published by Project Syndicate (12/2016). Political rage went global in 2016, fueling a populist backlash across the democratic world and appalling terrorist violence in the Middle East, Europe, and beyond. Here is…

Daron Acemoglu Says More… published by Project Syndicate (5/2022) “This week in Say More, PS talks with Daron Acemoglu, Professor of Economics at MIT and co-author, with James A. Robinson, of Why Nations Fail: The Origins of Power, Prosperity, and Poverty and The…

Economics Must Build Back Better, Too published by Project Syndicate (4/2021). “Thoughtful economists have long been concerned by their profession’s hubristic tendencies, collective attachment to questionable models, and lack of openness to new and different voices. Will the combined…

Un repaso a los cisnes blancos de 2020 por Nouriel Roubini publicado por Project Syndicate (7/2020).   “NUEVA YORK – En febrero, advertí que diversas crisis previsibles («cisnes blancos») podían provocar una conmoción global a gran escala este año. Señalé…

A Greater Depression? by Nouriel Roubini published by Project Syndicate (3/2020) With the COVID-19 pandemic still spiraling out of control, the best economic outcome that anyone can hope for is a recession deeper than that following the 2008 financial…

The Race Between Economics and COVID-19 by Mohamed A. El-Erian published by Project Syndicate (3/2020). “For years, the economics profession has suffered from a stubborn reluctance to adopt a more multidisciplinary approach. But now that the COVID-19 pandemic is…