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Lim Mah Hui
 
Monday 26 May, 2014
The article discusses the causes and implications of rising inequality, an issue which has become a global challenge.
C.P. Chandrasekhar
Friday 07 February, 2014
Although every significant country of the world is still in the midst of growth deceleration, forecasters confidently hold out hopes of a recovery.
Jayati Ghosh
Thursday 06 February, 2014
Even as emerging economies suffer from the vagaries of finance capital, they persist on policies of greater integration and hence dependency on foreign investment.
C.P. Chandrasekhar, Jayati Ghosh
Tuesday 01 October, 2013
While speculation of a looming banking crisis in China is not without basis, the fact that its big banks are publicly owned and serve the goals set by the state is ignored.
Prabhat Patnaik
Monday 20 May, 2013
The current global recession has not witnessed price fall like the Great Depression because globalisation has altered the dynamics of the components determining prices.
Isabel Ortiz, Matthew Cummins
Thursday 04 April, 2013
Contrary to public perception, austerity measures are not limited to Europe; in fact, it is in the developing world that many adjustment measures feature most prominently.
Jayati Ghosh
Wednesday 20 March, 2013
Even as the value of global financial assets has fallen sharply since 2007, it may be essential to shrink it further to make the financial system fulfil its basic tasks.
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.
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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