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Thomas Hale is quoted saying that current COVID-19 restrictions are being used "to try to ease pressure off of health care systems during surges".
Thomas Hale says the transition away from zero Covid in China may not be easy because society has got used to a low level of transmission.
Thomas Hale's co-authored article on asset reevaluation in climate change is included amongst the 2021 Albies, named in honour of the late political economist Albert O Hirschman.
Thomas Hale says that all governments, China included, will need to develop plans for how to manage this disease on an ongoing basis, as COVID-19 is likely to become endemic.
Democracy is a battle of ideas, but one that depends on treating opponents as legitimate adversaries not treasonous enemies, writes Jonathan Wolff.
A provision within the Biden administration’s Build Back Better bill that assesses a minimum tax on certain companies based on their income reported to Wall Street could improve corporate accounting, according to Karthik Ramanna.
Ngaire Woods writes about the challenge for the post-COVID world: to move forward by redesigning and reimagining the domains of work, politics, public health, and economic policy.
CapX writers and editors list The Future of Capitalism by Paul Collier among their suggested reads and include a link to an interview with him for The CapX Podcast.