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C.P. Chandrasekhar
Wednesday 02 November, 2011
The "Occupy Wall Street" movement that is fast spreading maybe unorganized and inarticulate at present, but it questions the legitimacy of finance capital and its inequality.
Jayati Ghosh
Wednesday 02 November, 2011
Even when a collapse is evident, European leaders got together only to put forward the same policies that are evidently failing to control the present crisis.
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.
Sergio Cesaratto, Lanfranco Turci
Saturday 08 October, 2011
The solution proposed by the European Summit has very little promise but Germany’s resistance to an ECB intervention prevents any meaningful solution from being adopted.
C.P. Chandrasekhar
Friday 30 September, 2011
Rising Dollar Price and falling prices of other investible commodities reflect lowering diversification of investments and thereby, higher risk of volatility for the future.
Tuesday 27 September, 2011
The workshop discussed the important proposals for regulating finance and the actual changes in laws and regulatory instruments in the wake of the global financial crisis of 2007-08.
Sergio Cesaratto
Thursday 15 September, 2011
The article reviews the situation in Italy and argues that the present crisis cannot be resolved unless bigger countries like Germany do not shift from their dogmatic position.
Alex Izurieta, George Irvin
Tuesday 09 August, 2011
The flaw of Euro is that it removed three essential policy instruments from the domain of national policymaking; exchange rate management, monetary policy and fiscal policy
 

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