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C.P. Chandrasekhar
Friday 24 February, 2012
Although the use of the banking system as a development instrumentality in China has been useful, there are a host of new problems that has cropped up.
Wednesday 18 January, 2012
The seminar was organized on following broad themes – the dominance of finance, dynamism in the periphery, economic integration and its impact, and food and agrarian crises.
Wednesday 07 December, 2011
The conference examined progressive alternatives to sustained recovery from current financial turmoil and emerging markets’ role in the ensuing production and other shifts.
Jayati Ghosh
Thursday 01 December, 2011
After the recent crisis, even the Governments of the first world have become subservient to finance capital and are forced to impose highly unpopular measures.
C.P. Chandrasekhar
Wednesday 30 November, 2011
Austerity measures are being proposed in Europe mainly to bolster investor’s confidence but it has the risk of putting the region into a greater spiral of economic depression.
Thomas I. Palley
Tuesday 22 November, 2011
The paper argues that both the saving glut and reserve currency hypotheses are inconsistent with empirical records and provide a misleading guide for policy against the crisis.
James K. Galbraith
Friday 11 November, 2011
The Eurozone bank crisis is increasingly being poised as a series of national debt crises by the banking sector of the bigger economies to protect their interests.
C.P. Chandrasekhar, Jayati Ghosh
Tuesday 01 November, 2011
The growing shadow banking sector has forced the Chinese Government to raise their stakes in the four largest commercial banks, which are public-owned in the first place.
Thomas I. Palley
Monday 31 October, 2011
This paper presents an outsider reform program that focuses on regulatory reform that addresses problems of flawed incentives, excessive leverage, and maturity mismatch
Jayati Ghosh
Thursday 13 October, 2011
Liberalization has weakened Chinese control over its banking sector leading to the rise of shadow banking which now threatens the financial sector in China.
 

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