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    Featuring exclusive commentaries from 22 Nobel laureates and 42 heads of state, Project Syndicate delivers cutting-edge analysis and insight to readers around the world. We believe that all people, wherever they live and whatever their income, deserve equal access to the world’s foremost leaders and thinkers on the issues, events, and trends shaping their lives.

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    Employees (est.) (Sept 2020)46
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    Key People/Management at Project Syndicate

    Nicolas Chatara-Morse

    Nicolas Chatara-Morse

    Jonathan Hoffmann

    Jonathan Hoffmann

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    Project Syndicate has offices in Prague and East Hampton
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    Project Syndicate: Why the economy’s strength won’t help Republicans in November

    The U.S. economy’s strength should boost Republicans’ prospects in congressional elections this November, writes Michael Boskin. But polls currently show that Democrats will retake one or both chambers of Congress.

    Project Syndicate: Turkey has torn up the playbook on dealing with emerging-market crises

    Whether by accident or design, Turkey is trying to rewrite the chapter on crisis management in the emerging-market playbook, writes Mohamed El-Erian.

    Project Syndicate: Google earned its dominance on merit, not by abusing antitrust law

    Google owes its dominant market position to talent and ingenuity and shouldn’t be punished by antitrust regulators in Europe, writes Pascal Salin.

    Project Syndicate: How the financial crisis led to the West’s confrontation with Putin

    Historian Adam Tooze says the events of 2008 taught two painful and deeply disconcerting lessons: First, capitalism is prone to disasters. Second, global growth did not strengthen the unipolar order led by the West.

    Project Syndicate: How Trump is undermining his own success in building a stronger economy

    The Trump administration has adopted a few measures that could increase long-run growth rates, but Trump’s attacks on institutions will undermine much of his success, writes Kenneth Rogoff.

    Project Syndicate: Trump hasn’t learned that it’s nearly impossible to win a trade war

    The president isn’t considering that he could be hurting the U.S. and helping China.

    Project Syndicate Blogs

    An Interview with Willem H. Buiter

    This week, PS talks with Willem H. Buiter, a visiting professor at Columbia University who was formerly Chief Economist at Citigroup.

    Celebrating 75 Years of the United Nations

    The UN embodies the best of humanity – the belief that all people deserve basic dignity, and that working together is the only way to deliver it. Seventy-five years after its birth, the world – beginning with the United States – must revive that belief, and recommit to the multilateralism that it de…

    Reopening the Peace Factory

    Some regard the United Nations as one of the greatest achievements of the so-called liberal international order that was conceived at the end of World War II, while others argue that the organization has never been very liberal, international, or ordered. Both positions have become clichés, but the …

    The Economic Case for Biden

    US President Donald Trump has seeded the investment environment with uncertainty, trashed America's trade relationships, blown up the fiscal deficit, and left American workers worse off than they were when he took office. He is the polar opposite of Joe Biden, a politician who understands precisely …

    International Law and Political Necessity

    The UK government’s proposed “breach” of its Withdrawal Agreement with the European Union is purely a negotiating ploy. Critics of Prime Minister Boris Johnson's tactics must argue their case on pragmatic rather than legal grounds.

    Fighting the COVID Infodemic

    Countering the COVID-19 infodemic requires not only facts, but also the coordinated and strategic advocacy for which those fighting HIV are renowned. Now more than ever, scientists need to counter lies and myths, and defend the integrity and independence of their enterprise.
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    Project Syndicate Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Project Syndicate founded?

      Project Syndicate was founded in 1995.

    • Who are Project Syndicate key executives?

      Project Syndicate's key executives are Nicolas Chatara-Morse and Jonathan Hoffmann.

    • How many employees does Project Syndicate have?

      Project Syndicate has 46 employees.

    • Who are Project Syndicate competitors?

      Competitors of Project Syndicate include Foodbev Media, iPolitics and Light Reading.

    • Where are Project Syndicate offices?

      Project Syndicate has offices in Prague and East Hampton.

    • How many offices does Project Syndicate have?

      Project Syndicate has 2 offices.