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Post-Crisis Developments

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.
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
Thursday 28 July, 2011
The Greece crisis is having repercussions in Italy and Spain, which makes the issue very important for European leaders who are planning for new bail-out plan.
Mario Tonveronachi
Monday 25 July, 2011
Even under the new stress tests initiated by the EBA, the heterogeneity in national supervisory practices leading to variations in Risk Weight will persist.
C.P. Chandrasekhar
Wednesday 06 July, 2011
Attempts to set up a stronger financial regulation regime is being systematically thwarted by regulatory officials themselves on the pretext of no global consensus.
Jayati Ghosh
Tuesday 05 July, 2011
The fervent campaigning by Christine Lagarde for support for her candidacy as the next IMF chief reflects Europe's interest to retain control over the global institution.
Aldo Caldiari
Monday 06 June, 2011
This study examines the key issues regarding financial regulation on which transatlantic cooperation (or the lack of it) could have an impact.
Jayati Ghosh
Wednesday 25 May, 2011
Whether the IMF's next head is a European woman or a man from a developing country doesn't matter as whoever it is must change the way the institution works.
Jayati Ghosh
Thursday 21 April, 2011
While the G-20 has given new lease of life for the IMF, the institution needs to change it stance if it is serious about resolving the rapidly worsening crisis.
Aldo Caldiari
Wednesday 16 March, 2011
The author analyses the Dodd-Frank Act in terms of how much the civil society could influence it in competition with the powerful finance capital lobby.



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