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C.P. Chandrasekhar
Wednesday 02 November, 2011
The "Occupy Wall Street" movement that is fast spreading maybe unorganized and inarticulate at present, but it questions the legitimacy of finance capital and its inequality.
Jayati Ghosh
Wednesday 02 November, 2011
Even when a collapse is evident, European leaders got together only to put forward the same policies that are evidently failing to control the present crisis.
Sergio Cesaratto, Lanfranco Turci
Saturday 08 October, 2011
The solution proposed by the European Summit has very little promise but Germany’s resistance to an ECB intervention prevents any meaningful solution from being adopted.
Jayati Ghosh
Tuesday 04 October, 2011
What the World leaders are adopting as 'Keynesian policies' are erroneous as they do not facilitate employment generation, which is the key requirement at this hour.
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.
Alex Izurieta
Thursday 25 August, 2011
The author argues that public sector debt in the US is potentially destabilising, not because it is too large but rather because it is too small for the task at hand.
C.P. Chandrasekhar
Wednesday 10 August, 2011
China could be the next country to face a debt crisis given the boom in its real estate sector which many think is a bubble about to burst.
C.P. Chandrasekhar
Monday 08 August, 2011
The Fed bailout which was actually transfers to the largest firms in the financial sector at near-zero interest rates are more of a grant than a loan.
Prabhat Patnaik
Thursday 04 August, 2011
An archaic law and a stand-off between the Republicans and a Democrat President led to the present US debt-ceiling crisis which can lead to further cut in social expenditures.
C.P. Chandrasekhar
Tuesday 02 August, 2011
The second bailout package for Greece will result in letting off the banks quite lightly and is more about supporting private finance and postponing the real crisis of Greece.
 

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