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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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Private
HQ
Prague, CZ
Founded
1995
Size (employees)
40 (est)
Project Syndicate was founded in 1995 and is headquartered in Prague, CZ

Key People at Project Syndicate

Nicolas Chatara-Morse

Nicolas Chatara-Morse

CEO
Jonathan Hoffmann

Jonathan Hoffmann

Chief Operating Officer

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Project Syndicate has offices in Prague and New York
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9h 4 Washington Square Village

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ROBERT SHILLER: Stocks look just like they did right before the 13 most recent bear markets

Stocks look dangerously close to a bear market, but that doesn't mean it's time to sell everything, according to the Nobel-winning author Robert Shiller.  In a post on Project Syndicate Thursday, Shiller said the cyclically adjusted price-to-earnings ratio he helped develop …

This influential banker says the Trump bump has only just begun

Bankim Chadha, Deutsche Bank’s global chief strategist is bullish about the prospect of further growth in equities this year. Writing in a note on Thursday, Chadha advised that the S&P 500 index could rise to a record of 2,600 points by the end of the year. The US index closed at a record of …

The Trump effect has rallied US markets – but it's based on illusion | Robert Shiller

The perception that the president-elect is a business genius and too much focus on the Dow Jones have led to excessive optimismSpeculative markets have always been vulnerable to illusion. But seeing the folly in markets provides no clear advantage in forecasting outcomes, because changes in the forc…

Globalisation has made the world a better place | Jim O'Neill

Trade has led to higher living standards in Asia and elsewhere. Are globalisation’s critics against eradicating global poverty?I was recently in beautiful Chile for a Futures Congress, and I had a chance to travel south to the very tip of Latin America. I also recently made a BBC radio documentary c…

Trump is a conservative – but that won't stop him sending deficits soaring

US leaders from Reagan to Obama have used borrowing to fund spending, and the president-elect is likely to be little differentIt is a post-financial-crisis myth that austerity-minded conservative governments always favour fiscal prudence, while redistribution-oriented progressives view large deficit…

My new year forecast: Trumpian uncertainty, and lots of it

Which policies Trump will pursue remains unknown, to say nothing of which will succeed or what the consequences will beEvery January, I try to craft a forecast for the coming year. Economic forecasting is notoriously difficult but, notwithstanding the truth expressed in Harry Truman’s request for a …
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