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Rate, review, download our podcastIn the new episode of the EBRD’s Fearonomics podcast Jonathan Charles, the EBRD’s Managing Director of Communications, Sergei Guriev, former EBRD Chief Economist and now Professor of Economics at Science Po, and Beata Javorcik, the EBRD’s current Chief Economist, examine the threat to our economies from inflation a…
 
Rate, review and subscribe to our podcastThe new episode of the EBRD’s Fearonomics podcast explores the risks of rolling back globalisation.Globalisation connected the world’s economies as never before. Cross-border trade in goods and services became a routine.The financial crisis of 15 years ago highlighted how fast contagion can spread around the…
 
Fearonomics: will global energy crisis end the shift to green?Rate, review and subscribe to our podcastIn its second episode the EBRD’s new Fearonomics podcast is exploring what are the risks and solutions to the global energy crisis.Listen to Jonathan Charles, EBRD’s Managing Director, Communications, Sergei Guriev, EBRD former Chief Economist and…
 
In its first episode Fearonomics: can we fix the looming food crisis? Jonathan Charles, EBRD’s Managing Director, Communications, will be discussing the most pressing issues with Sergei Guriev, EBRD former Chief Economist and professor of economics at Science Po and Beata Javorcik, EBRD’s Chief Economist (current) and also professor of Economics at…
 
System upgrade: Delivering the digital dividend Our report explores how advanced digitalisation has affected the economies where we invest.The digitalisation process is destined to continue and will remain one of the key forces shaping developments around the world – including in the EBRD regions. It is therefore quite fitting that this year’s Tran…
 
Listen, download and rate our podcastCOP26, or the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, will bring international stakeholders together to accelerate action towards the goals of the Paris Agreement and the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change. It takes place next month in Glasgow. The stake are very high, as the climate emergency, hig…
 
Robots v Covid-19: the future of work? Rate, review and download our podcast “Telecommuting”, “quaranteams”, “doomscrolling”, “upperwear” and curating one’s Zoom background have all become a part of our new remote working reality. If we were unnerved by the way digital technology was transforming our world before the pandemic, Covid-19 has only mad…
 
Rate, review and download our podcastWith the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP 26) scheduled for November, governments are under growing pressure to meet their national commitments to decarbonise.Green transition at scale will require a lot of collaboration and, in a global economy still in the throes of the coronavirus pandemi…
 
Rate, review and download our podcast On the 15 April 1991, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development opened its doors for business for the first time. It was conceived by its founders as ‘a new and unique structure of co‑operation’ for a continent still recovering from the shock of the collapse of communism. Its mission then, as now, wa…
 
Rate, review and download our podcastThe Multilateral development banks were set up after the Second World War to be the original impact investors, fighting poverty, inequality or more currently climate change. “To demonstrate our impact is crucial at a time where multilateralism is often challenged, when there is a tendency to think that, we are m…
 
Rate, review and download our podcastInequality is emerging as the “biggest policy challenge” during and after the Covid-19 pandemic, with the World Bank estimating that extreme global poverty is to rise for the first time in over 20 years. “The coronavirus pandemic is possibly the first so-called ‘global event’”, said Professor Branko Milanovic in…
 
In 2020, the Covid-19 pandemic highlighted the key role of the state amidst managing public health and economic disaster. However, if the role of state is growing, is it actually a good thing? These are just a few of the questions discussed in this special live launch of 2020-21 Transition Report: The State Strike Back.EBRD's Anthony Williams was j…
 
Rate, review and download our podcastIt’s been almost a year since reports of a new strain of coronavirus first emerged. Even back then the IMF was sounding the alarm about the high and rising levels of debt in developing economies. Today, after lockdowns and severe economic contractions, debt is growing almost as fast as the coronavirus pandemic i…
 
Rate, review and download our podcastThe coronavirus pandemic has broken supply chains, closed off borders and disrupted international trade routes.Trade, which in recent years accounted for 54% to 60% of global economic activity, is now set to have a drop in global trade flows by 13% to 32%, according to the World Trade Organisation. Trade is esse…
 
Rate, review and download our podcastThe full cost of the coronavirus pandemic is still unknown. But state spending has skyrocketed as governments try to protect whole sectors and industries which were put into induced comas this spring. How will we pay our debts incurred during this crisis? What will be the price of recovery? In this coronavirus s…
 
The coronavirus pandemic has locked populations inside their houses and put millions under the spotlight of a new state-controlled panopticon, watching us and our movements in the name of public safety.Our Pocket Dilemma podcast presenters, Jonathan Charles and Kerrie Law, were joined on Zoom by:Peter Pomerantsev- Senior Fellow, LSE. Author: This i…
 
Rate and review our Coronavirus and Capitalism special podcast episodeJoseph Stiglitz, Economist and Professor, Columbia University, Beata Javorcik, EBRD Chief Economist, and Roger Cohen, the Athens Democracy Forum Host and Advisory Board member and New York Times Op-Ed columnist, discussed how and whether capitalism will survive the coronavirus pa…
 
Rate, review and download our podcastWill the coronavirus pandemic change capitalism forever? Could such changes lead to economies and societies which are more cohesive, inclusive and fairer than those of the recent past?In this coronavirus special, EBRD Managing Director of Communications, Jonathan Charles and EBRD Chief Economist Beata Javorcik w…
 
The recent 2020 Edelman Trust Barometer revealed a dramatic turnaround in levels of popular trust in governments, from their lowest to highest ever recorded levels. Indeed, government is now the institution most people trust, for the first time in the survey’s 20-year history.How brittle is this new found faith in those who govern us? Will it outli…
 
Rate and review our Coronavirus special podcast episode The coronavirus pandemic has already turned global politics and economics upside down. Are there lessons to be learnt from previous crises? What will happen to the nation state and how will Covid-19 impact the European project? What happens when millions of people are forced to stay at home an…
 
Rate, review and subscribe to our podcast Pocket DilemmasThe coronavirus pandemic is changing our attitude to far more than just public health. The ways we work, socialise and travel may not be the same again for some time. But does the impact of Covid-19 affect men and women differently? Coronavirus seems to have a higher fatality rate in men. At …
 
Rate, review and subscribe to our podcast Pocket DilemmasFor all the loss of human life and damage to the economy inflicted by the coronavirus pandemic, could the disease herald opportunities as well as threats? Could now be the time for socially responsible and impact investing to transform the global economy for the post-Covid-19 era? Our present…
 
Rate and review EBRD/ LSE IGA joint podcastThe economic and political impact of the coronavirus pandemic is growing more dramatic by the day. Millions of businesses and the jobs they support are under threat. Civil liberties in many countries are being drastically curtailed as governments fight to control the spread of Covid-19. How will all this c…
 
Rate, review and subscribe to our podcast Pocket DilemmasMore and more countries have responded to the coronavirus pandemic by closing themselves off from the rest of the world and shutting their borders, either partially or altogether. Even the European Union’s Schengen zone has reintroduced border checks. Our presenters, Jonathan Charles and Kerr…
 
Rate, review and subscribe to our podcast Pocket DilemmasWe say goodbye to our former Chief Economist Sergei Guriev and look back at his 3 years at the EBRD. This special episode, recorded in August, focuses on the main themes of his time with us: reforms, democracy and economic growth.Join Jonathan Charles and Kerrie Law in conversation with Serge…
 
Rate, review and subscribe to our podcast Pocket DilemmasDoes the uncontrolled growth of large cities endanger smart and sustainable living? From adaptive traffic lights to wooden skyscrapers, what is the future for our cities? Will they look more like an urban paradise or suburban sprawl stretching as far as the eye can see? Could algorithms help …
 
Rate, review and subscribe to our podcast Pocket DilemmasJoin Jonathan Charles and Kerry Law on a journey to the region which breached the Berlin Wall and tore down the Iron Curtain in 1989. Where are the peoples of Germany, Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union three decades on? We ask in this very special episode of our Pocket Di…
 
Rate, review and subscribe to our podcast, Pocket Dilemmas What are the lessons to be learnt from Chernobyl? How does one decommission a power plant which has been the site of the world’s worst nuclear accident and manage its legacy? The EBRD has been working on making the Chernobyl nuclear power plant safe for over 25 years, as explained in the la…
 
Rate, review and subscribe to our podcast Pocket DilemmasEarlier this year Bill Gates tweeted an infographic showing ‘how much life has improved over the last two centuries,’ particularly as measured by an apparent decline in extreme poverty. The graph provoked fierce debate amongst economists across the globe. In this episode of Pocket Dilemmas ou…
 
Rate, review and subscribe to our podcast, Pocket DilemmasHow does sexual orientation affect the pay gap? While we often hear of the gender pay gap, we set about exploring how sexual preferences impact salaries and rights in the workplace and elsewhere On this week’s episode of Pocket Dilemmas we speak to Kitt Carpenter Professor of Economics at Va…
 
Rate, review and subscribe to our podcast Pocket DilemmasWe recorded the most recent episode of Pocket Dilemmas in front of a live audience in Bosnia and Herzegovina’s capital Sarajevo, host of last week’s 2019 Annual Meeting and Business Forum. Our presenters, Jonathan Charles and Kerrie Law, led a discussion of the most pressing challenges of our…
 
Rate, review and subscribe to our podcast, Pocket Dilemmas What is the future of money? Are cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin a modern-day miracle or a mirage? We invited our very own Stuart Trow and Zeynep Gurguc from Imperial College London to help us resolve this week’s dilemma on our podcast Pocket Dilemmas.We also talked to Jelena Madir, Chief …
 
Rate, review and subscribe to our podcast Pocket Dilemmas What is the future of work? How will technology, automation and AI change our jobs and will we and our children actually have jobs the way we do now? Will, in fact, the future be a battle between us and the machines? This week we have Jason Furman from Harvard Kennedy School and our Chief Ec…
 
Rate, review and subscribe to our podcast Pocket Dilemmas Should algorithms rule the world? Maybe they do so already and we just never noticed. Will they in fact do a better job than mere humans? What are the ethical implications of the algorithm use for the policy makers? EmbedWe invited Jonnie Penn, Google Technology Policy fellow, and Dawn Duhan…
 
Episode One, dedicated to the origins of Brexit and its impact on the EBRD regions ( over 30 economies inside and outside the EU), was recorded in front of a live audience at our headquarters at the heart of the City of London on 3rd April and you can now listen to it here.Are there winners and losers? What do people outside the EU think about Brex…
 
We're launching our new podcast, Pocket Dilemmas, dedicated to uncovering answers to the biggest questions of our time.We begin new season with a very special live event on Why Brexit and its impact on EBRD countries, recorded on 3 April in the Auditorium.Here is a little taster of what’s coming up in the series from the power of algorithms to the …
 
In the new episode of our ‘Pocket Economics’ podcast, we discuss the challenges faced by refugees and the communities that host them. How can the private sector and international organisations help? Listen to Daphne Jayasinghe in conversation with Vanora Bennett.EBRD による
 
In this special ‘live’ edition of our podcast Pocket Economics, the EBRD’s Jonathan Charles discusses the challenges our world is currently facing with the FT’s Neil Buckley and, also from the EBRD, Sergei Guriev, Alexia Latortue and Tarek Osman.EBRD による
 
In the second part of our review of the future of development finance Owen Barder, Vice President at the Center for Global Development, discusses its current goals and challenges with Jonathan Charles. What needs to be done and what can the EBRD and other Multilateral Development Banks do better? Can we deliver the Sustainable Development Goals by …
 
Is environmental protection compatible with continued global economic growth? Are economies put on a path to green growth? And which countries are leading the green race? Listen to Sam Fankhauser, Professor at the LSE and Co-Director at the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment in conversation with Vanora Bennett.…
 
What is the future of development finance? How important is the private sector to our efforts to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals? In this edition of our ‘Pocket Economics’ podcast, Jonathan Charles discusses these and other topics with a very special guest, Sir Suma Chakrabarti, the EBRD President.…
 
A new episode of the ‘Pocket Economics’ podcast examines whether women are discriminated against when applying for loans.Do banks treat women and men differently? Listen to Ralph de Haas in conversation with Jonathan Charles.EBRD による
 
In the new episode of our 'Pocket Economics' podcast we discuss 'populism', one of the defining political terms of our 21st century.Is populism a threat, something we should be afraid of? Or a corrective for democracy when it stops working as it should? Listen to Sergei Guriev in conversation with Jonathan Charles.…
 
On our new ‘Pocket Economics’ podcast: Youth and Gender Inclusion, we discuss equal opportunities in an unequal, increasingly changing world.Listen to our EBRD’s lead inclusion economist, Barbara Rambousek in conversation with Jonathan Charles.EBRD による
 
In the new episode of our ‘Pocket Economics’ podcast, we discuss the ‘middle-income trap’, namely the state of affairs whereby a developing economy becomes stuck at a certain level of income and cannot join the ranks of advanced, high income economies. Is the ‘middle-income trap’ a myth or in fact a reality afflicting many countries? Listen to Alex…
 
What is China’s Belt and Road Initiative and how is it reshaping the world as we know it? Listen to our Managing Director for Economics, Policy & Governance, Mattia Romani, describe what is arguably China’s most ambitious economic and foreign policy project since the founding of the People’s Republic.…
 
Are financial crises predictable? What conclusions can be drawn from the 2008 financial crisis and how can we prevent the next one? Listen to the latest episode of Pocket Economics with Tamim Bayoumi, deputy director at the International Monetary Fund.EBRD による
 
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