October 4, 2022
Bloomberg Linea
Congratulations to Camila Jordan MPA-DP ’18, who was recently named as one of the 500 Most Influential People in Latin America by Bloomberg Linea. She currently serves as executive director of Teto Brasil, a nonprofit organization that works to improve housing and living conditions.
October 3, 2022
U.S. Department of the Treasury
Noah Kaufman, a climate economist at SIPA's Center on Global Energy Policy, will serve as a committee member for the newly established group.
September 29, 2022
India Today
Economist Arvind Panagariya comments on possible actions the Reserve Bank of India can take to stem the rupee slide, "The origins of the pressure on the rupee today are to be traced not in higher inflation rates at home but in the rising interest rates in the US in the face of the high degree of international mobility of financial capital."
September 28, 2022
Richard K Betts talks about Putin's likelihood of going nuclear: "If I had to bet money, I would probably bet 3:2 that he would not go nuclear even if he feels desperate, but those are not good odds."
September 28, 2022
Project Syndicate
Takatoshi Ito writes about The US Federal Reserve’s interest-rate hike, the global landscape of monetary tightening, and the need for governments not to politicize these issues.
September 28, 2022
In a recent visit to the Raj Center by Dr. S. Jaishankar, India's external affairs minister, spoke on a wide range of topics. His remarks drew a lot of interest from Indian media.
September 27, 2022
A panel of experts offered varying perspectives on the fraught relationship between the former president Donald Trump and the U.S. intelligence community.
September 26, 2022
Ian Bremmer discusses the implications of an E.U. report released earlier this month that condemns Hungary's prime minster for attacks on press and academic freedom, the independence of judges and courts, minority rights, and the rights of asylum seekers.
September 24, 2022
South China Morning Post
In light of Malpass's decision not to comment on whether he believed man-made emissions were warming the planet, Joseph Stiglitz remarked, “unfortunately the World Bank has not taken the kind of global leadership that the world needs right now.”
September 24, 2022
Willem Buiter reacts to Britain's new economic agenda, which includes huge increases in government borrowing, as "totally, totally nuts."