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Prabhat Patnaik
Monday 07 August, 2017
It was the free flow of foreign capital through “financial liberalization” that led to the East Asian Crisis of 1997, from which the “tiger economies” have not yet recovered fully. Even now, the augmented foreign reserves of these third world countries remain woefully inadequate to finance debt to foreigners, as the hegemony of international finance capital builds over their own assets.
C.P. Chandrasekhar
Thursday 29 June, 2017
The policy shifts of the reform era have not been in favor of agriculture. Trade liberalisation, deregulation and a greater role for market forces have not benefited the farmer, who is trapped in a persisting crisis. It is time for today’s policy makers to recognise their own disconnect, and learn from the evidence at hand.
Jayati Ghosh
Wednesday 22 July, 2015
The negative impacts of China’s stock market collapse, falling exports and the explosion of debt are not just felt within the economy but across the globe.
Aldo Caldiari
Monday 06 June, 2011
This study examines the key issues regarding financial regulation on which transatlantic cooperation (or the lack of it) could have an impact.
C.P. Chandrasekhar
Friday 08 April, 2011
Financial liberalisation triggers dismantling of developmental banks in developing countries that affect long term investments for small and medium enterprises.
 

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