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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.
Jayati Ghosh
Wednesday 06 June, 2012
Popular resistance of austerity is not the root of the crisis in Europe, rather the combination of inflexibility, denial and lethargy in economic strategy of the EU is.
Jayati Ghosh
Monday 28 May, 2012
Prof. Jayati Ghosh explains how the recent election results in Greece and France reflect the public outcry against austerity measures being imposed at the behest of finance capital.
C.P. Chandrasekhar
Wednesday 16 May, 2012
Irrational insistence on fiscal conservatism has led to widespread growth slowdown not only in the European countries, but also in emerging economies like China and India.
Levy Economics Institute
Wednesday 02 May, 2012
This monograph traces the roots of the US financial crisis in a typical Minsky Debt deflation like condition and attempts a possible solution.
Levy Economics Institute
Wednesday 02 May, 2012
The current regulatory approach embodied in Dodd-Frank neither limits the creation of fictitious liquidity nor redirects that liquidity for financing capital development.
Ilene Grabel
Wednesday 11 April, 2012
The paper argues that the current crisis is proving to be productive of institutional experimentation in the realm of financial architecture(s) in the developing world.
Isabel Ortiz, Matthew Cummins
Monday 09 April, 2012
In the backdrop of global economic crisis this paper presents a UN agenda to generate decent employment, seen as a central measure of the recovery efforts.
Jose Gabriel Palma
Wednesday 04 April, 2012
The first two of recent three cycles of capital inflows in Latin America ended in financial crises-mostly due to over-liquid and under-regulated financial markets.
 

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