Postcorona essentials: Reclaim public assets, boost growth and stave corruption

Economists have not concerned themselves much with good governance of public assets such as state owned firms or real estate. Yet world wide these assets are approaching a value of 150 trillion dollars or twice world GDP. Each percent better return generates about one and a half trillion dollars a year. Perhaps more significantly, better governance can improve the environmental footprint and lower legal and illegal corruption. Here is how to do it.

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