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@Brad_Setser & @adam_tooze are great follows on the $liquidity challenges facing EMs. No doubt Fed is considering e… https://t.co/rpdYoEMfRW


This leader by @TheEconomist on the threat posed to poor countries by COVID-19 is excellent.… https://t.co/L9PFt3SzAi


Great to be on @AliVelshi with the excellent @lindayueh both of us hammering home the message:
COVID-19 is a huge s… https://t.co/LKswV7As0r


One can hardly agree that this is social democracy in America, but this piece does a good job of laying out the bon… https://t.co/EX2RMPrDdQ


To be in a position to take advantage of a crisis for radical policy change requires both "big ideas, but also the… https://t.co/M0MtsepaYq


"It’s telling that one of the few institutions of American government operating at a scale adequate to the COVID-19… https://t.co/7vdgzMOITD


A "duct-taped tradeoff that accomplishes much now at the expense of creating a long-term solution.” This is excelle… https://t.co/Hl7QeLoBc4


"I don’t think that living through an artificial self, which is what had got me into such an awful mess, is all tha… https://t.co/DbVenJbgKq


Is Adolph Wagner the prophet of our moment? To contextualize COVID-19 response @TheEconomist is wheeling out some s… https://t.co/tjhxwUjEYu


Delighted to be on @VelshiMSNBC show this morning. Talking COVID-19 crisis response and European models. https://t.co/5B3HdsIjVc


For a “quiet night” in New York City, if you live anywhere near a main transport artery, either booze or white nois… https://t.co/IiFfYmhNYN


Even on a conservative accounting the fiscal response to corona is massive. Larger, everywhere, than in 2008. That… https://t.co/Lawarwx9IO


While Africa accounts for 1% of global health expenditure, it carries 23% of the disease burden, including hundreds… https://t.co/BVvC7LQbom


€2bn a week:
VW's rate of cash-burn is terrifying! https://t.co/VRD9ltVQwl


This is a great multilingual corona reading list from @evgenymorozov Syllabus on the politics of COVID-19.… https://t.co/3g17QLasTh

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