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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.
C.P. Chandrasekhar
Thursday 28 July, 2011
The Greece crisis is having repercussions in Italy and Spain, which makes the issue very important for European leaders who are planning for new bail-out plan.
Jayati Ghosh
Wednesday 27 July, 2011
A crisis generated by the irresponsible excesses of financial markets has ended up as a problem of debt sustainability for the national governments.
Sergio Cesaratto
Tuesday 26 July, 2011
The European Agreement on Greece on 21 July 2011 is more about protecting ECB interests and the German mercantilist model.
Mario Tonveronachi
Monday 25 July, 2011
Even under the new stress tests initiated by the EBA, the heterogeneity in national supervisory practices leading to variations in Risk Weight will persist.
Friday 22 July, 2011
With the cost of resolving the financial crisis taking a heavy toll, it is time that decision makers and the financial sector change their old ways of thinking.
James Crotty
Wednesday 29 June, 2011
Rapidly rising deficits have triggered a class struggle over the issue of austerity measures whereas the real solution lies in raising taxes on the rich
Aldo Caldiari
Wednesday 16 March, 2011
The author analyses the Dodd-Frank Act in terms of how much the civil society could influence it in competition with the powerful finance capital lobby.
Sergio Cesaratto
Friday 28 January, 2011
A better designed Europe, with fiscal and monetary coordination, and fiscal policies aimed to correct the infra-European imbalances is unlikely to be accepted by Germany.
 

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