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Jayati Ghosh
Wednesday 12 June, 2013
The credit-driven consumption boom that was ushered in after the East Asian Crisis has put the Republic of Korea on the verge of another crisis waiting to happen.
C.P. Chandrasekhar
Tuesday 11 June, 2013
The government of India is forced to appease international credit rating agencies and give their demands priority over national issues.
C.P. Chandrasekhar, Jayati Ghosh
Tuesday 28 May, 2013
Housing prices in many developing Asian countries soared after the Global Financial Crisis, but the recent trends suggest that they may be tapering off and even declining.
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.
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.
Sergio Cesaratto, Giancarlo Bergamini
Tuesday 11 September, 2012
ECB's decision of unlimited support to short term bonds to countries, which forego control of their public finances, found acclaim in Italy, but this can be counterproductive.
Matias Vernengo, Esteban Perez Caldentey
Friday 31 August, 2012
This paper suggests a role of fiscal agent for the monetary authority and debunks the self-regulated view of the economy in central banking after the Great Depression.
 

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