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Samir Amin
Thursday 25 April, 2013
Arguing that China has chosen an original path, the author analyses the nature of this path at each of the stages of its development from 1950 to today–2012.
C.P. Chandrasekhar
Monday 08 April, 2013
The central bank's cheap credit and easy money policies have helped the Indian stock market to remain reasonably positioned even when the economy sinks.
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.
Randall Wray
Tuesday 05 March, 2013
Prof. Randall Wray explains modern monetary theory in which the evolution of money and how a monetized economy works is explained.
Jayati Ghosh
Monday 04 March, 2013
Despite fiscal austerity measures proving to be counterproductive in dealing with economic contractions worldwide, the Indian government is poised to implement similar policies.
Sergio Cesaratto
Wednesday 27 February, 2013
This paper reviews the main causes of the Euro Zone financial crisis and argues that the prevailing crisis resolution philosophy resembles the original deflationary Euro-bias.
C.P. Chandrasekhar
Friday 01 February, 2013
As evidence suggests, the Chinese economy is experiencing a reversal of the trajectory of high growth driven by excess investment; there is a shift towards consumption now.
Jayati Ghosh
Tuesday 22 January, 2013
The recent experience of Sweden provides an illustrative alternative to the austerity measures being adopted globally to counter the financial crisis.
Smitha Francis
Monday 17 December, 2012
Conservative fiscal policies aimed at attracting foreign capital for export promotion and financial sector expansion has adversely impacted the role that stats plays in addressing Thailand's deep-seated inequalities.
C.P. Chandrasekhar
Wednesday 17 October, 2012
The Government's decision to increase foreign presence in insurance would import practices that would subject the savings of middle classes to increased probability of loss.
 

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