Arvind Subramanian, 06 August 2008

Manmohan Singh has political capital and needs a legacy. This column suggests that the prime minister focus his energies on reforming higher education – a badly lagging sector that needs deregulation, liberalisation, and globalisation.

Thorvaldur Gylfason, Eduard Hochreiter, 02 August 2008

The development gap between former Soviet states is striking – top performers like Estonia have joined the European Union while others, such as Georgia, lag far behind. What accounts for these differences? In the case of Estonia, this column attributes them to successful institutional reforms, good governance, and investments in education.

Peter Kenen, 30 October 2007

Here is an evaluation of progress on IMF reform by one of the world’s most eminent scholars of the global financial system.

Michael Burda, 23 October 2007

Germany’s equilibrium rate of unemployment has not fallen as much over the past two decades as in the Netherlands, Denmark, Ireland, and Britain. Unlike those successful reformers, Germany has not yet finished its supply-side homework. If it backslides now, it and the rest of Europe will pay the price when the next downturn comes.

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