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Samir Amin
Thursday 25 April, 2013
Arguing that China has chosen an original path, the author analyses the nature of this path at each of the stages of its development from 1950 to today–2012.
C.P. Chandrasekhar, Jayati Ghosh
Tuesday 16 April, 2013
The view that corporate sector's entry into banking will be an instrument to advance financial inclusion is based neither on historical evidence nor on market logic.
Kunibert Raffer
Tuesday 16 October, 2012
This article explains basic tenets of the ''Raffer Proposal'' (also known as the Fair Transparent Arbitration Procedure (FTAP)) and how it can help resolve the Greek crisis.
Baldur Thorhallsson, Rainer Kattel
Wednesday 03 October, 2012
The 2008 economic crisis was particularly deep in Estonia and Iceland because non-corporatist neo-liberal political features were essential endogenous factors deepening it.
Y.V. Reddy
Thursday 12 July, 2012
Integrated regulation, competition and ownership along with enhanced monitoring and supplementary use of fiscal tools in the financial sector can be helpful to the economy.
Michael Lim Mah-Hui, Khor Hoe Ee
Thursday 14 June, 2012
Rising inequality in robustly growing countries and frequent financial instability are related to the phenomenon of capital getting a bigger share of output vis-à-vis labour.
Andrew Cornford
Wednesday 22 February, 2012
Post-crisis this paper revisits the debate on effect of GATS rules of prudential measures and financial sector reforms on banking services and regulatory architecture.
Mario Tonveronachi
Thursday 19 January, 2012
The author investigates the present crisis in Europe that is threatening to undo the economic integration process started under the European Union.
Jan Kregel
Wednesday 09 November, 2011
Since debtor cannot fully bear the losses of debt resolution, the author looks at how the losses ought to be distributed between borrowers and lenders in both USA and the EU.
Sergio Cesaratto
Thursday 15 September, 2011
The article reviews the situation in Italy and argues that the present crisis cannot be resolved unless bigger countries like Germany do not shift from their dogmatic position.



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