In search of a new capitalism in the rubble of globalization

Since the 2008 financial crisis, the international community has been mobilizing, especially during the G20 summits, to find solutions. Ludovic Marin / AFP global economy Atlantico Oren Cass, senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research, management consultant at Bain & Company, and editor of the Harvard Law Review, envisions a trip to the … Read more

The CO2 emissions of the Swiss National Bank and the Norwegian Petroleum Fund

Public investors such as sovereign wealth funds, pension funds and central banks are playing an increasingly important role in the financial markets. The companies they invest in generate large amounts of CO2 emissions and play an important role in the transition to a greener economy. We compare two opposing perspectives on how public investments deal … Read more

information for journalists considered “good” by a majority of the French

According to a survey conducted by Viavoice for the Assises du journalisme de Tours, published on Saturday; a majority of French (57%) rate journalists’ information during the presidential campaign as “good”. According to this survey, carried out in collaboration with France Télévisions, France Médias Monde, Le Journal du Dimanche and Radio France, only 11% of … Read more

What recovery plans to save the global economy? –

China and its economy operate very differently from liberal systems where stimulus packages are exceptional. It is therefore complicated to analyze it through the prism of Western terminologies, warns Michael Pettis, professor of finance at Peking University, for whom the Chinese economy is working thanks to a permanent stimulus plan. Every year in March, the … Read more

Economy: which ways to get out of the crisis from above?

Pandemic that never ends, high inflation that persists, economic slowdown worsening around the world, risk of a particularly warm social recovery in France, German parliamentary elections in September that could end the “money printing” of the ECB and the Interest rates could push up on Eurozone government bonds sharply… It’s becoming clear that the coming … Read more