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Understanding and Addressing Long COVID

As Long COVID continues to leave individuals unable to work due to disabling post-COVID conditions, ensuring access to adequate healthcare benefits and social insurance programs will be crucial.
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Examining the Gendered and other Impacts of IMF Surcharges


Curbing Inequities in the Distribution of Emergency Relief: Lessons from the CARES Act in Health Care

and / March 03, 2022

The US Response to the World’s Worst Humanitarian Crisis: Seize and Privatize

What is the role of central bank reserves in a contemporary functioning economy? To whom do these reserves ultimately belong? How rational is it to constitute a parallel private foundation assigned to perform the duties of a central bank?
/ 09/15/2022 10:30am

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Biden’s Sanctions on Afghanistan Threaten to Kill More Civilians than Two Decades of War

/ 03/10/2022 12:00am

Special Drawing Rights One Year Later, By the Numbers

This work updates an April 2022 report and tracks how countries made use of these SDRs from August 23, 2021 to July 31, 2022.
and / 08/24/2022 10:45am

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How the Treasury Department Could Prevent Mass Starvation with No Cost to the Taxpayers

/ 07/21/2022 4:00pm

Special Drawing Rights: The Right Tool to Use to Respond to the Pandemic and Other Challenges

, and / April 20, 2022
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Lo que está en juego en las elecciones presidenciales de Colombia: Construir la paz, reducir la pobreza y la desigualdad

El presente informe analiza algunos de los temas cruciales en juego de cara a la segunda vuelta de las elecciones presidenciales de Colombia del 19 de junio.

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Cumbre de las Américas: la omisión del caso de Haití

/ 06/05/2022 12:00am 05 Junio 2022

Las sobretasas del FMI: injustas y contraproducentes

, , and , , y / September 28, 2021 28 Septiembre 2021

CEPR examines how government policies affect growth, employment, prices, poverty and health in the world and US.

CEPR analiza cómo las políticas gubernamentales afectan el crecimiento, el empleo, los precios, la pobreza y la salud en el mundo y en EE. UU.


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The Fake News Machine: How Meta Endangers Brazilian Democracy

What’s Available and What’s Needed to Address Long COVID’s Broad Impact

The Market Did Not Cause Inequality, No Matter How Much the New York Times Insists

Understanding and Addressing Long COVID

La Unasur aún existe y es la mejor plataforma para integrarnos

Washington le da una cálida bienvenida a controvertido expresidente colombiano

Colombia también podría elegir un ‘outsider’ de presidente

Los votantes colombianos están rechazando el statu quo, y un nuevo informe del CEPR analiza los motivos

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