Andrea Goldstein

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Andrea Goldstein

Andrea Goldstein has worked at the OECD, UNESCAP and the World Bank and has been involved in various policy dialogue, advice, and research projects in emerging, transition and developing countries. During the past few years, Andrea has also published op-eds on the Financial Times, Helsingin Sanomat, Le Monde, and the South China Morning Post.

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Protectionism – a threat or a solution?

The world economy had a lackluster outturn in 2016, but global forecasters such as the International Monetary Fund and the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development expect economic activity to pick up pace in 2017 and 2018, especially in emerging markets and developing economies. Will this be enough to solve the ”elephant conundrum” and give globalization a renewed boost?...

End of the line for the BRICs?

What initially appeared as an annoying possibility is now being confirmed by solid figures: the BRICs – Brazil, Russia, India and China – are slowing down. According to Goldman Sachs, they contributed over 50% to global growth over the past three years, compared with an average of 27% over 2000-07...

Nord e Sud Corea: la storia di due traiettorie divergenti

Nel 1966, a Pyongyang si iniziava a progettare la metropolitana, aperta poi nel 1973. Perché Seoul fosse dotata della stessa infrastruttura sarebbe stato necessario attendere l’anno successivo, ma da allora le due reti di trasporti hanno vissuto vicende ben distinte: nella capitale del Nord è oggi di soli 24 chilometri, mentre in quella del Sud arriva a 317...

Il Pacifico verso un grande accordo commerciale - e le implicazioni per l’Europa

L’accordo commerciale di nuova generazione TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership) è il progetto che potrebbe cambiare il volto della zona più dinamica dell’economia mondiale, cioè il bacino dell’Oceano Pacifico...