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Op-eds & Columns

President Trump’s Dramatic Retreat on Trade

Dean Baker and Jeff Hauser
The Hill, April 25, 2017

Why Are We Counting on Uber to Fund Key Research?

Dean Baker
Truthout, April 24, 2017

Could a Leftist Bring Growth Back to France?

Mark Weisbrot
The New York Times, April 20, 2017

Julian Assange is A Political Prisoner Who Has Exposed Government Crimes and Atrocities

Mark Weisbrot
The Sacramento Bee, April 7, 2017


The French Economy, European Authorities, and the IMF: “Structural Reform” or Increasing Employment?

April 2017, Mark Weisbrot, Lara Merling, Alexander Main, and David Rosnick

“The Rise of Populism: The Masses Have a Case”

March 27, 2017, Dean Baker

Brazil’s Enormous Interest Rate Tax: Can Brazilians Afford It?

April 2017, Mark Weisbrot, Jake Johnston, Julia Villarruel Carrillo, and Vitor Mello

Did NAFTA Help Mexico? An Update After 23 Years

March 2017, Mark Weisbrot, Lara Merling, Vitor Mello, Stephan Lefebvre, and Joseph Sammut