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Brahima Coulibaly

Brahima Coulibaly

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Brahima Coulibaly is Vice President and Director of the Global Economy and Development Program at the Brookings Institution.

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  1. How to Govern the Bretton Woods Institutions Better
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    How to Govern the Bretton Woods Institutions Better

    Apr 11, 2024 Brahima Coulibaly, et al. propose six ways to boost the legitimacy and efficacy of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank.

  2. The Unfinished Agenda of Financing Africa’s COVID-19 Response
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    The Unfinished Agenda of Financing Africa’s COVID-19 Response

    Sep 7, 2020 Brahima Coulibaly, et al. propose how to close a funding gap that could reach $100 billion annually for the next three years.

  3. An Interview with Brahima Coulibaly
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    An Interview with Brahima Coulibaly

    Jun 16, 2020 Brahima Coulibaly considers how Africa can get more from globalization, emphasizes the importance of job creation on the continent, and warns that, without adequate international support during the COVID-19 pandemic, there is no “best-case scenario” for African economies.

  4. Education Is Crucial to Africa’s COVID-19 Response
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    Education Is Crucial to Africa’s COVID-19 Response

    Jun 4, 2020 Jean-Marc Bernard, et al. offer four reasons why maintaining spending on schools will help the continent to tackle the pandemic.

  5. Africa Needs Debt Relief to Fight COVID-19
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    Africa Needs Debt Relief to Fight COVID-19

    Apr 9, 2020 Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala & Brahima Coulibaly call for an immediate two-year moratorium on payments to give governments the fiscal space they need.

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    The Gig Economy vs. America’s Workers

    Sandeep Vaheesan warns that proposed ballot initiatives in Massachusetts would legalize exploitative employment practices.
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    King Trump on Trial

    Richard K. Sherwin

    High-ranking Republican politicians have lately been turning up at Donald Trump’s New York City trial to demonstrate solidarity with the former president. But their attendance also serves a more alarming purpose: to validate Trump as a competing source of sovereign power, independent of the US Constitution and the rule of law.

    explains why a parade of Republican leaders have made appearances at the former president’s trial in New York.
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    Crunch Time for the Power Sector

    Michael Spence argues that developing flexible, stable, and resilient smart grids requires an expanded industrial policy.
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    The Rise of Mesoeconomics

    William H. Janeway

    A growing body of literature focusing on the domain between the microeconomic and the macroeconomic has become increasingly relevant in a world beset by supply shocks. Armed with such insights, those designing industrial policies will have a better chance of achieving their overlapping economic- and national-security goals.

    details how a long-neglected field of economic study can be applied to today's most pressing policy challenges.
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    What the AI Pessimists Are Missing

    Michael R. Strain points out that the technology will help to address many of the risks it creates.
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    The Innocent Bystanders of College Protests

    Takatoshi Ito laments that a radical minority can disrupt the lives of so many in the broader university community.
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    Only Public-Private Cooperation Can Accelerate Decarbonization

    Francesco La Camera & Bruce Douglas explain how to translate political commitments into actual wind turbines and solar panels.
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    Defining Success in Ukraine

    Richard Haass calls for a shift to a defensive posture and efforts to bring about a long-term ceasefire.
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    A Unified Western Strategy for Ukraine

    Anders Åslund proposes a maximalist approach to military aid to replace the current piecemeal injections of old weapons.

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