ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

Global Economic And Financial Crisis

Global Economic And Financial Crisis
The current financial crisis started in the financial sector of what was thought of as the country with the most sophisticated financial system, and that has spread almost universally and with...
There is broad agreement that lax financial regulation, especially in the United States and United Kingdom, contributed in a big way to the current global financial mess. In recent months, there have...
Contrary to popular belief, there were palpable signs of the Indian economy losing steam long before the outbreak of the global crisis. But there is little doubt that the global meltdown has...
This paper highlights the depth of the crisis confronting the global economy. It presents the various ways of understanding demand deficiency, which was the underlying feature of the earlier...
An exploration of the roots of the current credit crisis in the process of financialisation, where profit-making occurs increasingly through financial channels rather than through trade and commodity...
It is instructive to see how the issue of business cycles was looked upon by John Maynard Keynes and Joseph Schumpeter, each of whom wrote masterly tracts on the subject in the 1930s. Though Keynes...
While evaluating the Indian policy responses to the global crisis, this article focuses on the likely extent of the spread of the crisis to India and how it will affect the domestic economy. In India...
Our sights must be set on moderating the recurring cycle of financial crises and our solutions must go beyond the instruments, institutions or individuals of the day. Blaming offshore financial...
The effects of the global financial crisis have been more severe than initially forecast. The turning point was the decision in September 2008 to let Lehman Brothers fail, an event that had a series...
Even as analysts and policymakers in the United States and Europe are debating whether nationalisation is the best option to deal with the crisis in the banking system, governments have already opted...
Looking ahead, the big macroeconomic policy question for India is whether or not it should emphasise greater self-insurance with a necessarily more cautious approach to capital market integration...
Massive deregulation in the United States allowed non-banks to function like banks, exposing the institutional fragility particular to banking. This unprecedented scale of deregulation and the...

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