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May 16, 2022

State of the Order: Assessing April 2022

The State of the Order breaks down the month's most important events impacting the democratic world order.

Eastern Europe Europe & Eurasia

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Apr 14, 2022

State of the Order: Assessing March 2022

The State of the Order breaks down the month's most important events impacting the democratic world order.

Eastern Europe Europe & Eurasia

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Mar 16, 2022

State of the Order: Assessing February 2022

The State of the Order breaks down the month's most important events impacting the democratic world order.

Eastern Europe Economy & Business

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Feb 11, 2022

The GeoEconomics Quick Quiz

By GeoEconomics team

Are you up to speed on the global economy? Test your knowledge with these five questions.

Economy & Business

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Jan 28, 2022

China’s capital markets in the shadow of the CCP

By Elmar Hellendoorn

Under Chinese President Xi Jinping Chinese capital markers have become increasingly politicized as politics increasingly influence Chinese businesses. This politicization may have significant implications for those investing in Chinese financial assets.

China Economy & Business

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Dec 8, 2021

Impacts of the pandemic on US productivity growth

By Jeff Goldstein

After 45 years of decelerating productivity growth, the pandemic's impact on economic activity has indicated the potential for a reversal of the trend. It remains to be seen whether this is durable or temporary, but the answer will significantly impact the US economy's long-term outlook.

Coronavirus Economy & Business

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Dec 2, 2021

The Great LIBOR Transition

By Hung Tran

Beginning in 2022, the London Interbank Offered Rates (LIBOR) will be replaced by national reference rates. While the changeover will address the problems that led to the demise of LIBOR, the national reference rates will also introduce new problems which will need to be assessed and resolved.

China Economy & Business

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Nov 12, 2021

Labor force participation rates in G20 in five charts

By Amin Mohseni-Cheraghlou

Labor force participation rates, down since COVID, were already declining in several G20 countries. Will labor market challenges be part of the next G20 meetings’ agenda?

East Asia Economy & Business

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Oct 12, 2021

To Bailout or not? This is Xi’s question.

By Amin Mohseni-Cheraghlou

President Xi is concerned about growing wealth and income inequality in China. The Evergrande crisis could nevertheless challenge his determination to address this inequality, a considerable portion of which has been fueled by rising wealth disparities in the housing sector.

China Economy & Business

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Oct 8, 2021

US climate investments are required to secure green economy and jobs

By Jeff Goldstein

For the US economy to sustainably function and continue creating jobs in the long-term, investments that help manage climate change and prevent further damage to the environment are essential economic policies.

Climate Change & Climate Action Economy & Business