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The Microeconomic Foundations of Macroeconomic Disorder
Author presents Austrian Prespective on the Great Recession of 2008. By Steven Horwitz (George Mason University, June 2009) Read More...


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In Search of the Exit
As attention turns to how to unwind emergency measures, much depends on how the American and Euro zone recoveries develop. By Ralph Atkins and Krishna Guha (Financial Times, 06/28/2009) Read More...


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North Korea's Other Crisis: An Economy in Tatters
An article detailing the economic crisis in North Korea, which is a result of further economic centralization of the economy, during what appears to be a wave of retrograde policies. (Time, 06/30/200... Read More...


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A Global Recovery Needs A Global Response
It is time to begin the restructuring of our global economic and financial system, in ways that ensure that the fruits of prosperity are more widely shared and that the system is more stable. By Josep... Read More...


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America's Next President Must Master the Tyranny of the Urgent
The biggest job for the new US administration is to find better methods of governing an interdependent world. By Strobe Talbott. (Brookings Institution, 11/02/2008) Read More...


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Time to Bring Mahatma Gandhi Back
India’s essential challenge is to take up Gandhi’s mantle and boldly imagine a future that is different from the West’s present, writes Mira Kamdar. (Project Syndicate, 06/11/2009) Read More...


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A Global Perestroika
The economical and political model that emerged during the final decades of the 20th century has turned out to be unsustainable. The current model does not need adjusting; it needs replacing. By Mikha... Read More...


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Can Economic Growth Stop Climate Change?
Revisiting the "limits to growth" theory, the director of Share the World's Resources considers why political leaders are taking so little action on climate change. By Rajesh Makwana (Global Policy, 0... Read More...


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How Economists Can Misunderstand The Crisis
Argues that Paul Krugman's account of today's crisis draws an unwarranted parallel with the Great Depression. By Niall Ferguson (Financial Times, 05/29/2009) Read More...


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Sustainability Equals Prosperity
We must think about and work to advance the sustainability agenda for what it really is: a prosperity agenda, says UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon. (Project Syndicate, 05/22/2009) Read More...


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China’s Final Frontier
The remote, rebellious western provinces of Tibet and Xinjiang are China’s poorest, but they hold vast natural wealth which Beijing is determined to control. By Parag Khanna (Prospect, June 2009) Read More...


Climate Smart Aid Is Anything But
Climate Smart Aid Is Anything But
International organizations like the World Bank and the UN are supposed to help the world’s poor. Fully convinced about doing good by curbing carbon emissions, they are pushing an anti-development age... Read More...


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Will China Save the World from Depression?
China's stimulus package is not likely to bail out either the Chinese peasants or the global economy, says Walden Bello. (Foreign Policy In Focus, 05/19/2009) Read More...


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Exclusion And Exploitation: The IMF In Global Governance
Essay argues that modern financial institutions like the IMF disadvantage developing countries and suggests alternative ways which could perhaps act as better financial substitutes for developing coun... Read More...


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Nedbank: SA will be in recession
Aricle on the effects of the global recession on South Africa's economy. By Reuters (FIN24.com,05/14/2009) Read More...


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Does Marx still matter?
Various authors debate the relevance of Marx to the global economic crisis. (Foreign Policy, May/June 2009) Read More...


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Assessing the Russian Economy
Commentators share their thoughts on the state of the Russian economy and the influence of the Kremlin and respond to the statement: For in reality, Russian financial confidence is solely the resul... Read More...


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IMF warns of Great Recession, Africa at risk
Article on the recession's effect on Sub-Saharan Africa. By Lesley Wroughton and George Obulutsa (Sowetan, 03/10/2009) Read More...


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Harness Africa’s natural resources to fight poverty
Article on the achievements of most African countries prior to the recession and measures that most are taking to lessen it's effects. By Obiageli Ezekwesili (Daily Monitor,04/14/2009) Read More...


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Crisis of Value
Paper that examines the current global financial crisis and bailout. By Darlington Chisenga. (05/05/2009) Read More...


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Capitalism Divides
For the market to grow, capitalists cannot just maximise their profits, they need to enable workers to buy, writes Nayan Chanda. (Businessworld, 04/25/2009) Read More...


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Are Ghana’s Capital Outflows Linked to ...?
Article on the reasons behind Ghana's recent capital outflows. By Colleen.Dyble (Atlas economic research Foundation, 05/30/2009) Read More...


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To Recover, We Must Abide By Classical Principles
Author argues that classical economics- not its modern counterpart- offers the best route out of the current financial crisis. By David Ranson (Real Clear Markets, 04/28/2009) Read More...


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Can America Fail?
A sympathetic critic issues a wake-up call for an America mired in groupthink and blind to its own shortcomings. By Kishore Mahbubani. (The Wilson Quarterly, Spring 2009) Read More...


OPEC and Latin America: Challenges in Venezuela and Ecuador as Trinidad Summit Looms
OPEC and Latin America: Challenges in Venezuela and Ecuador as Trinidad Summit Looms
Examination of Venezuela and Ecuador's relationship with OPEC, and their challenges in managing oil production and revenue. By Adam Kott. (IA-Forum, 04/15/2009 Read More...


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Could Food Shortages Bring Down Civilization?
Without massive and rapid intervention to address environmental degradation, food shortages and subsequent government collapses could threaten the world order, says Lester R. Brown. (Scientific Americ... Read More...


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Developing Countries and the Global Crisis
Unless something is done, the crisis will throw as many as 200 million additional people into poverty, writes Joseph E. Stiglitz (Project Syndicate, 04/14/2009) Read More...


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Islamic Finance: Growing Interest for an Interest-less System
In the light of the global financial crisis, Shawn Woodley analyses the role and prospects of the Islamic system of finance. (Diplomatic Courier, 4/6/2009) Read More...


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Think Again- Japan's Lost Decade
Author debunks several myths about Japan's economic struggles in the 1990's and the lessons of this era for current American policy-makers. By Christian Caryl (Foreign Policy, April 2009) Read More...


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The West's Fatal Overdose
The G-20 has agreed on plans to fight the global downturn. But its approach will only lay the foundation for the next, bigger crisis. By Gabor Steingart (Spiegel Online, 04/03/2009) Read More...


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