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Beatrice Weder di Mauro

Beatrice Weder di Mauro

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Beatrice Weder di Mauro, Professor of International Economics at the Graduate Institute, Geneva, is President of the Centre for Economic Policy Research.

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  1. Debt-for-Climate Swaps Make Sense
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    Debt-for-Climate Swaps Make Sense

    Dec 4, 2021 Beatrice Weder di Mauro sees a role for debt-for-nature swaps to help low-income countries manage multiple crises simultaneously.

  2. The Necessity of a Global Debt Standstill that Works
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    The Necessity of a Global Debt Standstill that Works

    Apr 23, 2020 Patrick Bolton, et al. say any repayment freeze to help emerging economies withstand COVID-19 must include all private creditors.

  3. Central Banks and the Bottom Line
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    Central Banks and the Bottom Line

    Feb 12, 2015 Barry Eichengreen & Beatrice Weder di Mauro ask why monetary policymakers are allowing profits and losses to guide their decision-making.

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    Auto Strikes and Climate Change

    Mariana Mazzucato & Damon Silvers explain why the transition to a net-zero economy cannot happen without worker empowerment.
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    The New World Disorder

    Richard Haass highlights the growing threat to international stability and calls for effective cooperation.
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    Latin America’s Growth Conundrum

    Arminio Fraga, et al.

    Since 1960, only a few countries in Latin America have narrowed the gap between their per capita income and that of the United States, while most of the region has lagged far behind. Making up for lost ground will require a coordinated effort, involving both technocratic tinkering and bold political leadership.

    explain what it will take finally to achieve economic convergence with advanced economies.
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    We Need to Talk About Bank Supervision

    Howard Davies thinks the renewed debate over commercial bank capital requirements largely misses the point.
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    The New Anatomy of Britain

    Robert Skidelsky laments the decline of UK institutions and the increasingly limited scope for meaningful action.
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    Financing Our Survival

    Vera Songwe

    Between now and the end of this decade, climate-related investments need to increase by orders of magnitude to keep the world on track toward achieving even more ambitious targets by mid-century. Fortunately, if done right, such investments could usher in an entirely new and better economy.

    explains what it will take to mobilize capital for the net-zero transition worldwide.
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    Whither the G20?

    Takatoshi Ito sees the grouping as increasingly divided between friends of the G7 and friends of China and Russia.
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    Making the Most of Africa’s Strategic Green Minerals

    Marit Kitaw explains how the continent can move beyond resource extraction to build green industry.
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    America Must Join Europe’s Climate Club

    Gary Yohe & Roger Kuhns urge US policymakers to create a carbon-pricing policy in line with the bloc’s emissions-reduction plan.

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