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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.
Kunibert Raffer
Tuesday 16 October, 2012
Only proper, sovereign insolvency proceedings complying with minimal economic, legal and humane requirements, and fair to all involved, can solve the problem of Greek Debt.
C.P. Chandrasekhar
Monday 15 October, 2012
Like the developed countries, South Korea is experiencing an unsustainable build up in household debt. This is no exception, rather a widespread trend in that region.
C.P. Chandrasekhar, Jayati Ghosh
Monday 15 October, 2012
While growth slows down in India, the only index faring well is the Sensex. The short term speculators armed with central bank's cheap credit and easy money policies have helped it remain high though volatile.
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.
C.P. Chandrasekhar, Jayati Ghosh
Wednesday 08 August, 2012
The intensified crisis in Europe threatens to trigger a second global downturn in five years, and Asian countries, which weathered the last crisis well, seem less resilient.
Korkut Erturk
Thursday 26 July, 2012
Unlike in the past, the state’s Unlike in the past, the state's inability to impose welfare-enhancing market restrictions through collective agencies today, lie at the root of the current global crisis.
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.
Jayati Ghosh
Thursday 12 July, 2012
Even as open unemployment in Spain has hit nearly a quarter of its labour force under the economic decline, resolution of the crisis seems unlikely anytime soon.
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.
 

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