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Cyro Andrade
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My friends. Yesterday, 11, was the last day of updating the blog's content, part of an idea that maybe I can resume in the future. I need to organize my days in another way, without this daily obligation, which has been taking me too long. Thank you to all who... Continue reading
Posted Apr 12, 2018 at Globalidades
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How you helped create the crisis in private data (Sarah Igo/The Conversation) ♦The law that made Facebook what it is today (Frank LoMonte/The Conversation) ♦Solutions to the threats of digital monopolies (Sandra Matz, Guy Rolnik, Moran Cerf/ProMarket) ♦Artificial intelligence and robotics and their impact on the workplace (Gerlind Wisskirchen/The Forum... Continue reading
Posted Apr 11, 2018 at Globalidades
Otaviano Canuto fala sobre a questão, nem sempre lembrada, de que desigualdades trazidas pela globalização, entre países e dentro de cada país, podem ser amenizadas por políticas nacionais inteligentes. Continue reading
Posted Apr 11, 2018 at Globalidades
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Mark Zuckerberg got a win in Congress, but the threat of more regulation looms (Kurt Wagner/Recode) Don't be sorry for Mark Zuckerberg. Be worried for the future of social media (Declan McCullagh/Reason) The Cambridge Analytica furor: partisan hype or genuine scandal? (Ira Stoll/Reason) Key moments from Zuckerberg hearing (BBC) ♦Marketing... Continue reading
Posted Apr 11, 2018 at Globalidades
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The unsolved mistery of who owns Sherlock Holmes' original £130 million home (Max de Haldevang/Quartz) ♦The Paris lawyer who gives Google nightmares (Aarti Shahani/NPR) ♦A new age of sea power? Alfred McCoy/Tom Dispatch) ♦En Marche: from a movement to a government (Claudia Chwalizs/Carnegie) ♦Equal pay myths (Kay S. Hymovitz/City Journal-Manhattan... Continue reading
Posted Apr 10, 2018 at Globalidades
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The global trade game (Mohamed A. El-Erian (Project Syndicate) ♦What are the targets in the US-China trade war? (Alicia García-Herrero/BRINK) ♦Donald Trump trade threats lack credibility (Larry Summers) ♦China's strenghts in a trade spat are also its weaknesses (Daniel Moss/Bloomberg) ♦Only Assad's victory will ends Syrian civil war. The West... Continue reading
Posted Apr 10, 2018 at Globalidades
Cyro Andrade Para que servem os "think tanks"? Há muitas espécies de "think tanks", considerados os critérios que orientam seu trabalho, sua área de atuação, como divulgam os resultados de pesquisas etc., mas o que todos pretendem, em primeira e última instância, é influir sobre as decisões de "policymakers" –... Continue reading
Posted Apr 9, 2018 at Globalidades
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Italian politics and Europe's future (Jeffrey D. Sachs/Project Syndicate) ♦Rational markets theory keeps running into irrational humans (Noah Smith/Bloomberg) ♦Econ 101 no longer explains the job market (Noah Smith/Bloomberg) ♦How do you access unbiased expertise: follow the money? (Simon Wren-Lewis/Mainly Macro) ♦What happened to the cultural elites: the capitalist celebration... Continue reading
Posted Apr 9, 2018 at Globalidades
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From Ankara to Moscow, Eurasia integration is on the move (Pepe Escobar/Asia Times) ♦The new shape of the Middle East (George Friedman/Geopolitical Futures) ♦The Orwellian danger of Facebook (Steven Hill/Social Europe) ♦Inside the Google of counter-terrorism (Suzi Ring, Franz Wild/Bloomberg) ♦Chinese investment divides EU (Danae Kyriakopoulos/OMFIF) ♦Japan's economic miracle (Dan... Continue reading
Posted Apr 9, 2018 at Globalidades
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Ex-president "Lula" of Brazil surrenders to serve 12-year jail term (Shasta Darlington, Ernesto Londoño, Manuela Andreoni/The New York Times) Brazilian's take over the streets in defense of Lula (Defend Democracy Press) ♦As tensions mount, Brazil hedges its bets on Russia and the West (Oliver Stuenkel/Americas Quarterly) ♦A US court, a... Continue reading
Posted Apr 7, 2018 at Globalidades
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How power companies can save an aging Japan (Nathaniel Bullard, Miho Kurosaki/Bloomberg) ♦US needs China more than China needs the US (Stephen Roach/Bloomberg) ♦Trade war or not, China risks a "Minsky moment" (Marshall Auerback/Alternet) ♦Among Europe's elite, Trump trade talk earns grudging support (Alessandro Speciale, Francine Lacqua/Bloomberg) ♦How should the... Continue reading
Posted Apr 7, 2018 at Globalidades
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Why the Marshall Plan worked (Benn Steil/Defense One) ♦FDR's forest army: how the new deal helped seed the modern environmental movement 85 years ago (Benjamin Alexander/The Conversation) ♦Don't expect much from the latest tit-for-tat diplomatic expulsions (Joe renouard/HNN) ♦Where have all the rioters gone? (Matthew Desmond/HNN) ♦Decolonise science - time... Continue reading
Posted Apr 6, 2018 at Globalidades
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The demise of the nation state (Rana Dasgupta/The Guardian) ♦The EU remains unprepared for the next migration crisis (Stefan Lehne/Carnegie) ♦Another Russian dossier aka what Moscow has always done (Mark Kelton/The Cipher) ♦Do the Western Balkans face a coming Russian storm? (Mark Galeotti/ECFR. EU) ♦The next crisis will be the... Continue reading
Posted Apr 6, 2018 at Globalidades
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This weekend, China celebrates its economic openness amid a trade war with the US (Zheping Huang/Quartz) ♦Trump threatens further $100bn in tariffs against China (BBC) ♦Nafta trio meets amid growing optimism for deal (Josh Wingrove, Andrew Mayeda/Bloomberg) ♦Trump's militarization of the US-Mexico border won't come cheap (Heather Timmons/Defense One) ♦38... Continue reading
Posted Apr 6, 2018 at Globalidades
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Dungeons and dragons, not chess and Go: why AI needs roleplay (Beth Singler/Aeon) ♦Your own devices will give the next Cambridge Analytica far more power to influence your vote (Justin Hendrix ,David Carroll/MIT Technology Review) ♦How to increase the "tech dividend" in a digital future (Wolfram Hedrich/BRINK) ♦Apple plans to... Continue reading
Posted Apr 5, 2018 at Globalidades
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Latin America's anti-corruption leaders: "Corruption always fights back (Americas Quarterly) ♦Billionaiere retailer wants to wake up Brazil with presidential bid (Fabiola Moura, Paula Sambo/Bloomberg) ♦Spielberg beat by Brazil evangelical biopic on "fake" box office (R. T. Watson/Bloomberg) ♦Mexico's election could leave its economy in limbo -- no matter who wins... Continue reading
Posted Apr 5, 2018 at Globalidades
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Trade wars, stranded assets, and the stock markets (wonkish) (Paul Krugman/The New York Times) ♦Trump and China tip their hands (Christopher Balding/Bloomberg) ♦Catching a Chinese IP thief: how the FBI tracked and caught Sinovel (Josh Mayers/The Cipher) ♦Why a trade war with China would hurt the US and its allies,... Continue reading
Posted Apr 5, 2018 at Globalidades
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Conclusive evidence of the Russian State's guilt in the Skripal case is lacking -- and that's important (Yves Smith/Naked Capitalism) ♦"If the Financial Times were a person, it would be a man". Here's how the paper is trying to change that. (Laura Hazard Owen/NiemanLab) ♦How competitive is China's economy on... Continue reading
Posted Apr 4, 2018 at Globalidades
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May is likely to be a ugly month in Gaza (Hussein Ibish/Bloomberg) An emerging Arab-Israeli thaw (James S. Robbins/The National Interest) A parody of a prime minister: Netanyhau offers his greatest capitulation yet (Yossi Verter/Haaretz) ♦High wages versus high savings in a globalized world (Michael Pettis/Carnegie) ♦How can developing countries... Continue reading
Posted Apr 4, 2018 at Globalidades
Cyro Andrade Forty years ago, it was part of my work routine, as assistant financial editor at "Gazeta Mercantil", to track the variations of the London Interbank Offered Rate (Libor). I don't remember having talked that time or heard about any kind of market manipulation. However, in 2012, it was... Continue reading
Posted Apr 4, 2018 at Globalidades
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The problem with central bankers' inflation preoccupation (Scott Sumner/CAPX) ♦What kind of hyper-enthusiastic market is this that blindly keeps pursuing scams to make a fortune overnight, even if they already crashed the first time? (Wolf Richter/Wolf Street) ♦The uses and abuses of economics (Matías Vernengo/Naked Keynesianism) ♦How to publish statiscally... Continue reading
Posted Apr 3, 2018 at Globalidades
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"Trump is like, 'How can I f--k with him?'": Trump's war with Amazon (and The Washington Post) is personal (Gabriel Sherman/Hive-Vanity Fair) ♦What Facebook's data scandall really means for regulators (Marc Champion, Keith Zhai/Bloomberg) ♦How to regulate Facebook (Kim Hart, David MCCabe/Axios) ♦Personal data shouldn't be the new oil (Luca... Continue reading
Posted Apr 3, 2018 at Globalidades
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AI: the pros, the cons, and what to really fear (Ben Watson/Defense One) ♦Big Tech enters an era of uncertainty (Mohamed A. El-Erian/Bloomberg) ♦More caution can help Facebook, but it can hurt it too (Shira Ovide/Bloomberg) ♦Why it's so hard to #DeleteFacebook: constant psychological boosts keep you hooked (S. Shyam... Continue reading
Posted Apr 2, 2018 at Globalidades
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Lights, camera...Corruption! Netflix does Brazil's carwash scandal (Mac Margolis/Bloomberg) ♦Latin American democracy is crumbling under corruption (Edward Lynch/The Hill) ♦Mexico, a republic of corruption (Fernando Chávez/WorldCrunch) ♦What makes an accountable state-owned enterprise? (Alexandra Gillies, Patrick Heller, Daniel Kaufman/Brookings) ♦Is populism returning to Latin America? (Andrés Velasco/Project Syndicate) ♦Cuba's new president:... Continue reading
Posted Apr 2, 2018 at Globalidades
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The deeply underdeveloped worldview of John Bolton (Peter Beinart/The Atlantic) ♦Statesman, strongman, philosopher, autocrat: China's Xi is a man who cotains multitudes (Jeffrey Wasserstrom/The Conversation) ♦Martin Luther King now (Brandon M. Terry/Boston Review) ♦How to see race (Gregory Smithsimon/Aeon) ♦Portrait of Brexit Britain: a divided nation makes a journey into... Continue reading
Posted Apr 2, 2018 at Globalidades