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Alessio Terzi

Alessio Terzi

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Alessio Terzi, a lecturer at Sciences Po, is an economist at the European Commission and the author of Growth for Good: Reshaping Capitalism to Save Humanity from Climate Catastrophe (Harvard University Press, 2022).

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  1. Climate Political Economy
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    Climate Political Economy

    Sep 12, 2022 Alessio Terzi considers what system of governance is best suited for managing life on a warming planet.

  2. Green Development Is Now the Only Option
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    Green Development Is Now the Only Option

    Sep 8, 2022 Alessio Terzi shows why poor countries need not worry about the supposed tradeoff between economic growth and decarbonization.

  3. Heeding Europe’s Silent Majority
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    Heeding Europe’s Silent Majority

    May 8, 2019 Silvia Merler, et al. show that, contrary to the populist narrative, support for the European Union has been growing.

  4. Are Multinationals Eclipsing Nation-States?
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    Are Multinationals Eclipsing Nation-States?

    Feb 1, 2019 Stefano Marcuzzi & Alessio Terzi ask whether and how governments can reclaim the political clout now wielded by large US-based corporations.

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    Carbon Credits Hold the Key to Combating Deforestation

    Roselyn Fosuah Adjei explains how nature-based offsets could help reduce emissions and benefit local communities.
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    Alexei Navalny Did Not Die for Nothing

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    The Russian opposition leader faced a dilemma that all dissenters in authoritarian states must grapple with: live in exile and fade into obscurity, or confront an oppressive regime and risk imprisonment and torture. Navalny’s choice – and the price he paid for making it – will inspire dissidents for generations to come.

    highlights the crucial role of political martyrs in inspiring resistance to oppressive regimes.
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    The Submergence of Emerging Markets

    Andrés Velasco worries that major middle-income economies are facing a prolonged slowdown, jeopardizing global convergence.
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    How AI Could Reshape Medicine

    Junaid Nabi highlights the new technology’s potential to transform how we diagnose, treat, and prevent diseases.
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    Making Bretton Woods Work for Africa

    Hippolyte Fofack envisions a reformed global financial architecture that provides equal access to long-term patient capital.
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    Making Sense of Society

    Michael Spence considers why a healthy civil society is crucial to good governance and inclusive prosperity.
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    Shock Therapy Killed Navalny

    Antara Haldar argues that while Vladimir Putin bears responsibility, so do the economic policies that put him in power.
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    Putin’s Silk Road Around Sanctions

    Robin Brooks & Simon Johnson urge Europe and the G7 to stop the re-export of Western goods to Russia from Central Asia and the Caucasus.
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    To Fight Climate Change, End Fossil-Fuel Subsidies

    Günther Thallinger & Ludovic Subran urge policymakers to recognize the true costs of a policy that harms the planet and does not help the poor.

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