Tag Archives: recession

Greece’s Economic Crisis and Its Effect on Public Health

Is the public health situation in Greece a harbinger of what may happen in similarly distressed countries?

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How Groupon and LivingSocial Celebrate Deflation in America

Why do social buying websites owe much to the Japanese practice of deflation?

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Why Washington Has Given Up on the Unemployed

Why have Congress and President Obama done nothing to spur job creation in recent months?

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Economies and the Three-Legged Stool

Does Paul Krugman really think it would be wise for Germany to blow all its savings on buying American exports today?

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Tony Judt on Recession

How will the economic recession affect the human psyche for generations to come?

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Emerging Markets: The End of an Artificial Category?

Are emerging markets the new leaders of economic growth?

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Systemic Failure: Lessons from the World of Trade for the World of Finance

Why have the trade and finance systems performed so differently in the financial crisis?

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Confessions of a Euroskeptic: Don’t Write Off Europe

Does the EU's constitutional setback spell trouble for the European economy?

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Good Deflation and Bad Deflation

Is deflation a good or a bad thing for industrial countries' economies?

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