Tag Archives: global financial crisis

Ending the Rich-World Bias in Global Economic Statistics

The current economic crisis is called the “global financial crisis.” But is the term “global” justified?

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Europe’s Greece, America’s Afghanistan

Why are the investments Europe and the United States made in Greece and Afghanistan, respectively, failing to bear fruit?

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America and the Crisis of Global Power

What steps does the United States need to take to boost its global standing in the decades ahead?

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The Economic Crisis and the Need to Rethink Economics

How much is the economics profession to blame for not preventing the global financial crisis?

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The Capital Paradox

Will groupthink about bank capital ratios merely set the stage for yet another banking crisis?

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Chandran Nair on Asia’s Global Responsibility

Why is it up to Asia to fashion a more environmentally and socially conscious brand of capitalism?

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Gordon Brown Vs. Larry Summers: Battle of Global Economic Titans

Is Gordon Brown a credible candidate to lead the IMF in the future?

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