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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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    Utopia or Bust

    J. Bradford DeLong considers our options for both expanding and effectively slicing the proverbial economic pie.
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    Germany’s Reckoning

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    Germany is now grappling with a host of difficult questions about its place in the world, the nature of its politics, and its most cherished values. For a pacifist society in a new age of conflict and war, everything must change if things are to remain the same.

    traces the contours of the country's debate, triggered by the Ukraine war, about its strategic future.
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    Preempting a Generative AI Monopoly

    Diane Coyle urges policymakers to take steps to counter the anti-competitive implications of a rapidly emerging market.
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    Japan’s Strategic Imperative

    Joseph S. Nye, Jr. sees the country doubling down on its best option for ensuring national security and regional stability.
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    China’s Savings Conundrum

    Zhang Jun explains why – and how – the country must stimulate household consumption to achieve a robust recovery.
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    The Flight of the Inflation Hawks

    Though the US Federal Reserve’s first interest-rate hike of 2023 is smaller than those that preceded it, policymakers have signaled that more increases are on the way, despite slowing price growth. But there is good reason to doubt the utility – and fear the consequences – of continued rate hikes, on both sides of the Atlantic.

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    How to Transform African Agriculture

    Safia Boly & Omid Kassiri identify four principles that could help governments across the continent boost food security.
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    Making Ukrainian Victory Possible

    Josep Borrell explains why continued military support and other forms of assistance remain critical.
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    Death or Glory in Russia

    Slavoj Žižek traces the religious and intellectual roots of the Kremlin’s increasingly morbid war propaganda.

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