Stories By 'Joseph E. Stiglitz'
The United Kingdom’s vote to leave the European Union and the United States’ election of Donald Trump as its next president have laid bare developed-country citizens’ dissatisfaction with globalization.
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Donald Trump’s astonishing victory in the United States presidential election has made one thing abundantly clear: too many Americans—particularly white male Americans
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Sandwiched between Angola and South Africa, Namibia suffered mightily during the long struggle against apartheid.
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For 200 years, there have been two schools of thought about what determines the distribution of income—and how the economy functions.
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NEW YORK—Something interesting has emerged in voting patterns on both sides of the Atlantic: Young people are voting in ways that are markedly different from their elders. A great divide appears to have opened up, based not so much on income, education, or gender as on the voters’ generation.
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Sri Lanka has been deservedly praised for the progress it has made since the end of the war against the separatist Tamil Tigers in 2009. The economy has grown at an average annual rate of 6.7%, and education and health statistics are impressive.
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