Massimo D’Alema, who was Italy’s Prime Minister from 1998-2000, is President of the Foundation for European Progressive Studies and of the Fondazione Italianieuropei. He also chairs COPASIR, the Italian Parliamentary Committee for the Security of the Republic.
Mercedes D’Alessandro, a former national director of economy, equality, and gender at Argentina’s Ministry of Economy, is a Salzburg Global Fellow and Director of the economics program at the Metropolitan University of Education and Labor in Argentina.
Marek Dabrowski, a non-resident fellow at Bruegel, is a visiting professor at the Central European University in Vienna and a fellow at the Center for Social and Economic Research in Warsaw. He was first deputy minister of finance under Poland’s first post-communist government.
Yamide Dagnet is Director for Climate Justice at Open Society Foundations, a former climate negotiator for the United Kingdom and the European Union, and director of climate negotiations at the World Resources Institute.
Ralf Dahrendorf (1929-2009), was the author of numerous acclaimed books and a European Commissioner from Germany, member of the British House of Lords, Director of the London School of Economics, and Warden of St. Antony's College, Oxford.
As advanced-economy central bankers assess their recent policy responses, failures, and lessons learned, they should recognize where others got it right and where they got it wrong. Humility requires nothing less.
explain why monetary policymakers must accept a deliberately narrow mandate.
Though Polish voters in October ousted their right-wing populist government, recent elections in Slovakia and the Netherlands show that populism remains as malign and potent a political force as ever in Europe. But these outcomes also hold important lessons for the United States, where the specter of Donald Trump’s return to the White House haunts the runup to the 2024 presidential election.