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nkhosi.... 31 Mar 18
China’s four-decade route to the world’s No 1 economy . This march to No 1 is unprecedented in human history. No , or any dogma near its journey to the top! Yet the model is pretty easy to copy!
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Daniela Gabor Apr 11
great interview w development economist Thandika Mkandawire, powerful reminder pain that inflicted: 'collapse of African economies in main period of structural adjustment was deeper & lasted longer than American Great Depression'
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Ashish Barua📈📊 Jun 5
If India is really serious about solving the massive jobs crisis than there is no alternative to or what is called transition jobs. Of believing that relying on policies if good for India job creation we are absolutely wrong.
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Ashish Barua📈📊 Jun 10
Replying to @barua_ashish
The financial liberalisation and deregulation of the 1980s saw the gradual removal of credit guidance and credit control policies which were seen to distort the efficient allocation of capital. This was a key element of the ‘
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IDEAs Sep 18
Collapse of the 10 years back symbolized the US that triggered the Great Recession. A new consensus reversed the with a turn to policies, but only till a modest recovery.
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Oceania Pride Oct 3
here's a radical thought - what if the decided to write of all debts of the world in order to help countries achieve there !!! That would definitely half screwed us over big time
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Shadz 20 Jun 15
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EpiphanyOnWallStreet 5 May 18
Debt Colonies: finance, imperialism and the politics of dispossession Dominant creditor powers regularly subject distressed sovereign borrowers to external financial control—often under force of arms—restructuring them in line w/ the
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Jose A Vanderhorst S 21 Jan 17
Replying to @gmh_upsa
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Alessandra Chirico 20 Nov 17
Suggestions made for a new consensus as opposed to . seen as an impediment to
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ASHWANI MAHAJAN 22 Dec 17
If history is any guide, we must take advice of @ with care, as they serve the interests of their masters. is one such example, which has ruined the poor of this world. IMF report: Govt should withdraw its grip on banking
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ITUC/Global Unions Washington Office Jun 5
This IMF research paper documents the success in terms of outcomes of industrial policy. The IMF should take note and start promoting policies that actually work, rather than keep promoting the failed policies of the
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James Schneider 22 Jan 14
I can't take seriously. At least the had a body of work behind it & a degree of internal coherence
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Colleen LaFontaine 18 Oct 14
The Guardian view of new thinking on global inequality
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Manchester JMCE Dec 5
Seminar with Dr. Kutlay (): " 🇹🇷 exemplifies that emerging powers aren't entirely prescribing with the Western liberal order's paradigm, facilitating a transition from the to a model of (professed by China & Russia)"
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John Clarke 2 Jul 18
The last thing elites and the have on their minds is the 'reconciliation' calls for. Without the support and pressure of a powerful , a challenge to the will not to possible.
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JonnyJames Feb 8
ol' Bubba forced full conditions on to make them food dependent on US dollar-denominated imports. Haiti, like many other countries, are forced to use scarce $ reserves to buy food.
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Grant Edwards 14 Apr 14
To build off of last night's reading in Steger, will read a bit more re: today
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John Clarke Apr 30
with all in who are defeating the coup and refusing to submit to the .
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David Stadelmann 2 Nov 15
Trying to build a good society focusing on economic success and individual freedom.
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