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Past articles by Eduardo:

Technology’s casualties pile up in the name of ‘progress’

As the casualties of “progress” pile up, the self-assured march of AI and other newfangled technologies onto society demands a critical evaluation → Read More

Peru’s Turmoil Doesn’t Have to Be Latin America’s Future

But the country's unrest is a stark warning of the threat to democracy in the region if politicians fail to address inequality and to deliver economic progress. → Read More

Looking for the World Cup Winner? Don’t Follow the Money

Even in today’s winner-takes-all economy, superstars won’t always come out ahead. → Read More

EDUARDO PORTER: Climate can handle leaving Africa alone about carbon emissions

Economic development opens up avenues for decarbonisation → Read More

How to Meet Climate Targets: Leave No Economy Behind

How can the poor south become as rich as the rich north without the world broiling? → Read More

Latin America’s Incoming ‘Pink Tide’ Suffers From Rosy Nostalgia

Replicating the left’s previous economic successes will be harder than it thinks. Anti-incumbent voters want results and have less patience than ideological comrades. → Read More

Deliver Students From Debt by Investing in State Schools

Students pay higher prices when states starve their public colleges and universities. Loan forgiveness won’t solve that problem, just make it worse. → Read More

Must the US Kiss Latin America Goodbye?

To woo back the region, the Biden administration needs to offer it a better deal than China’s. → Read More

The Era of Economic Whiplash Is Just Beginning

The inordinate amount of “noise” from the shocks produced by the coronavirus pandemic and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is rejiggering economic relationships and flummoxing policy makers. → Read More

Biden’s New Climate Act Is About to Meet a Fierce Foe

Many of the environmental groups that have pushed hardest for decarbonization are likely to take aim at the landmark law’s implementation. → Read More

The US Should Bribe Homeowners to Accept Greater Density

The trouble is, the amount of money required would be astronomical. → Read More

You Won’t Like What Comes After Inflation

The post-inflation new normal could look a lot like the low-growth hole the US was in for years. → Read More

AMLO’s Oil Politics Reveal His Obsession with the Past

The recent US trade complaint about Mexico’s energy policy is a direct attack on one of President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s core beliefs. → Read More

The Earth Wants Biden to Keep Gas Prices High

There’s one bold move President Biden could make to curb climate change: Find a way to put a $5-a-gallon floor on gasoline prices. → Read More