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Briefing Paper: Why Emerging Markets Must Remain Wary of Taper Tantrum 2.0

Why Emerging Markets Must Remain Wary of Taper Tantrum 2.0 By Kavaljit Singh | Briefing Paper # 46 | September...

Biden UNGA COVID Summit

Washington DC - On the sidelines of the UN General Assembly, President Biden virtually hosts world leaders to make commitments for global...

The DBR/World Bank credibility drama continues: Eurodad reaction

This is an update on the latest from the World Bank with regards to the scandals surrounding the DBR report. ...

Code red for humanity: time for a just and adequate response is running out!

The remaining months of 2021 are crucial for the future of our humanity. The multiple and interrelated crises that we...
Ilaria Crotti

Virtual Global Debt Strategy Meeting

Eurodad and Erlassjahr.de co-organised the 2021 Global Debt Strategy meeting to discuss our forthcoming plans both in the short and...

GLOBAL INCOME INEQUALITY, 1820-2020

In this paper, Lucas Chancel and Thomas Piketty mobilize newly available historical series from the World Inequality Database to construct world income distribution...
Ilaria Crotti

Debt Wednesdays: session 13&14

Public debt data resources Mobilisation and advocacy strategies
Finance Watch

Fiscal Mythology Unmasked: debunking eight tales about European public debt and fiscal rules

Europe faces serious environmental, economic and social challenges that require a rethink on public intervention. Not free to do as...
SOMO

Will the G20 let private finance escape debt relief once again?

The G20 Finance Ministers’ and central bank Governors’ meeting (9-11 July) does not have mounting indebtedness by low- to middle-income...
CAFOD

New Special Drawing Rights should tackle Covid, not lead to aid cuts or deepen the debt crisis

In late August the IMF is planning on creating $650 billion of Special Drawing Rights (SDRs) to strengthen global financial...