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Title: Overconfident: How Economic and Health Fault Lines Left the Middle East and North Africa Ill-Prepared to Face COVID-19 Author: World Bank Group Source: World Bank. Date: OCTOBER 2021   Link: https://openknowledge.worldbank.org/bitstream/handle/10986/36318/9781464817984.pdf

Author: Peter Coy Source: The New York Times Date: Oct. 6, 2021   What a Trillion-Dollar Coin Can Teach Us   Now that the U.S. government is once again at risk of defaulting on its debts because of an impasse over raising the debt ceiling, we’re back to arguing over whether minting a trillion-dollar platinum coin could save the...

Author: Larry Elliott Source: The Guardian Date:  10 Oct 2021   Will October again be memorable for wrong reasons as economic risks build?   Bad things happen in this month and, as IMF prepares for annual meeting, signs of a crisis loom Bad things happen in October. It was in this month 13 years ago that the global banking system...

Author: Alan Rappeport Source: The New York Times Date: Oct. 11, 2021   "The I.M.F.’s executive board clears Kristalina Georgieva to remain managing director.   The International Monetary Fund’s executive board on Monday expressed confidence in the leadership of Kristalina Georgieva, its managing director, following...

Author: JAYATI GHOSH Source: Project Syndicate. Date: Oct 12, 2021   The Real Rot at the IMF   The “Doing Business” controversy has shaken confidence in the World Bank and the IMF. But it must not obscure the real problems with the Bretton Woods institutions: the disproportionate power of the US, the IMF’s deeply procyclical...

Author: Patricia Cohen and Alan Rappeport Source: The New York Times Date: Oct. 12, 2021   "World’s Growth Cools and the Rich-Poor Divide Widens   The International Monetary Fund says the persistence of the coronavirus and global supply chain crisis weighs on economies.   As the world economy struggles to find its footing,...

Author: Peter Coy Source: The New York Times Date: Oct. 13, 2021   Here Are the Cool Economic Tools that Just Got a Nobel   I have a T-shirt that I have never put on because I don’t deserve to wear it. It says “Master of ’Metrics” on the back.   I got it in 2015 as a promotional tie-in with a review copy...

Author: Christina Pazzanese Source: The Harvard Gazette Date: October 20, 2021   Harvard economist sheds light on 'Great Resignation'   During the earliest months of the pandemic, employers couldn’t downsize fast enough. Millions were laid off, executives took symbolic pay cuts and ordered wage and hiring freezes, and many economists...

Author: Spencer Bokat-Lindell Source: The New York Times Date: Oct. 21, 2021   Will Covid Really Change the Way We Work?   The U.S. economy is in the throes of what’s been called the Great Resignation: Workers are quitting their jobs at or near the highest levels on record since tracking began in 2001. The attrition is particularly...

Title: Biden vows to "deal everyone in" as Nobel laureates back economic plan   Author: Mike Allen Source: AXIOS Date: Sep 16, 2021    Biden vows to "deal everyone in" as Nobel laureates back economic plan   In East Room remarks Thursday afternoon on leveling the economic playing field, President Biden...

World Bank Group to Discontinue Doing Business Report  Source:  World Bank Date: SEPTEMBER 16, 2021   WASHINGTON, September 16, 2021—The World Bank Group today issued the following statement on the Doing Business report:    “Trust in the research of the World Bank Group is vital. World Bank Group research...

 Why the Gaza Strip May Be the City of the Future Author: Zach Mortice Source: Bloomberg Date: September 27, 2021     Urban life amid the Israel-Palestine conflict is defined by violence, surveillance and resource scarcity — conditions that, a new book warns, may soon be more widespread.    When Americans turned...