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Jan Kregel
Saturday 23 March, 2013
Prof. Jan Kregel talks about the causes and consequences of the Greek crisis, and the ineffectiveness and side-effects of austerity.
C.P. Chandrasekhar, Jayati Ghosh
Wednesday 05 September, 2012
Recent Asian experience suggests that financial proliferation adversely affects the real economy more from the demand side through the debt-financed household expenditure.
Levy Economics Institute
Wednesday 02 May, 2012
This monograph traces the roots of the US financial crisis in a typical Minsky Debt deflation like condition and attempts a possible solution.
Levy Economics Institute
Wednesday 02 May, 2012
The current regulatory approach embodied in Dodd-Frank neither limits the creation of fictitious liquidity nor redirects that liquidity for financing capital development.
Ilene Grabel
Wednesday 11 April, 2012
The paper argues that the current crisis is proving to be productive of institutional experimentation in the realm of financial architecture(s) in the developing world.
Jose Gabriel Palma
Wednesday 04 April, 2012
The first two of recent three cycles of capital inflows in Latin America ended in financial crises-mostly due to over-liquid and under-regulated financial markets.
C.P. Chandrasekhar, Jayati Ghosh
Tuesday 03 April, 2012
Recently the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas made a case for breaking up banks considered too big to fail. Opportunity for such reforms and regulations should not be lost.
Jayati Ghosh
Friday 18 November, 2011
The G20 Summit at Cannes was a missed opportunity because of the fundamental disagreements of member states on how to resolve the current challenges.
Jan Kregel
Wednesday 09 November, 2011
Since debtor cannot fully bear the losses of debt resolution, the author looks at how the losses ought to be distributed between borrowers and lenders in both USA and the EU.
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.
 

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