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OPINION: President Biden’s $2 trillion infrastructure plan clearly signals that the neoliberal era, with its belief that markets work best and are best left alone, is behind us, Dani Rodrik writes.

OPINION: President Biden’s $2 trillion infrastructure plan clearly signals that the neoliberal era, with its belief that markets work best and are best left alone, is behind us, Dani Rodrik writes.

OPINION: President Biden’s $2 trillion infrastructure plan clearly signals that the neoliberal era, with its belief that markets work best and are best left alone, is behind us, Dani Rodrik writes.

OPINION: President Biden’s $2 trillion infrastructure plan clearly signals that the neoliberal era, with its belief that markets work best and are best left alone, is behind us, Dani Rodrik writes.

OPINION: President Biden’s $2 trillion infrastructure plan clearly signals that the neoliberal era, with its belief that markets work best and are best left alone, is behind us, Dani Rodrik writes.

"Many heterodox economists and economic historians, such as Dani Rodrik, Ha-Joon Chang and Joseph Stiglitz, have argued that industrialisation requires active industrial policy in which trade policy becomes a tool of #IndustrialPolicy ." #Economics 

Dani Rodrik: ‘We are in a chronic state of shortage of good jobs’

RSVP for the next discussion in INET's Future of Work Series: Economic and Social Policies for the Digital Era. Tomorrow at noon ET, featuring Steve Clemons, Dani Rodrik, Pavlina Tcherneva and Laura Tyson.

OPINION: Good, middle-class jobs are hard to come by, and the last few decades are proof that markets alone will not solve the problem, Dani Rodrik writes. The good news is Biden can create them.

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“The dirty little secret is that the World Trade Organization is not mainly about trade. Rather the organization has the primary task of carrying out what the Harvard economist Dani Rodrik calls hyperglobalization”— via @nytopinion 

Dani Rodrik@rodrikdani ) and I agree (again). The economic and identity explanations for the rise of populism are compatible w/ one another. I argue similarly in _The Populist Temptation_.

Dani Rodrik explains how the push for hyperglobalization produced greater economic integration between countries but also political disintegration within them—and thus led to a populist backlash.

Harvard economist Dani Rodrik on the future of capitalism and what kind of globalization we really need.

dani rodrik'>Economist Dani Rodrik on what kind of globalization we really need, why capitalism is broken, and when to expect the pitchforks.

The sound Dani Rodrik on Blair/Clinton's hyper globalisation & "centrist elites fail to respond appropriately to the backlash, and this very gradually fuels more populism and protectionism."

Useful documenting of economists' promotion of Globalisation & of Dani Rodrik's timely warnings of risks (in '97).

Dani Rodrik says we need a new, more progressive trade policy:

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