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The Great Depression, the Great Recession and the Next Crisis
Chong-Yah Lim and Dr Hui-Ying Sng, World Economics, September 2011
The paper discusses and pinpoints three strategic factors that led to the global Great Depression of the early 1930s. After the Great Depression, the .. More
 
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The Temptation for Protectionism and American Trade Policy
Robert Carbaugh and Tyler Prante, World Economics, September 2010
The Great Recession of 2007–2009 originated in the United States and quickly spread throughout the economies of Canada and Europe. Soon these countrie.. More
 
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The Unfolding Sovereign Debt Crisis
Bob McKee, World Economics, December 2010
After the excessive expansion of new forms of private sector credit over two decades of disinflation, a huge pyramid of global liquidity was accumulat.. More
 
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Economic Forecasts
Prakash Loungani & Jair Rodriguez, World Economics, June 2008
Will the US and other economies slip into recessions this year? Which economies will decouple from a global slowdown? The authors suggest that the exc.. More
 
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Reflections on the Crisis in Greece
Haris Vittas, World Economics, September 2012
After a brief review of the origins of the crisis and the efforts that have been made to cope with it, the paper assesses the factors that explain the.. More
 
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Green Stimulus, Green Recovery and Global Imbalances
Edward B. Barbier, World Economics, June 2010
This paper assesses the extent to which G20 green stimulus initiatives enacted during the 2008–9 recession have instigated a global ‘green recovery’, .. More
 
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House Price Indices: Does Measurement Matter?
Mike Silver, Statistics Department, International Monetary Fund, World Economics, September 2011
A key factor in understanding the global recession is movements in residential property price indexes (RPPIs). However, more than one national RPPI is.. More
 
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Why Hasn’t the US Economic Stimulus Been More Effective?
F. Gerard Adams and Byron Gangnes, World Economics, December 2010
Recently questions have been raised about the effectiveness of fiscal stimulus policies, and about whether stimulus to a recessionary economy should b.. More
 
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The Illusory Economic Gains from Hosting the Olympics & World Cup
Andrew Zimbalist, World Economics, March 2015
The IOC's Olympic Games and FIFA's World Cup are the two most popular global sporting events. Winning the rights to host these competitions comes with.. More
 
10
The Eurozone: Whatever Happened to Convergence?
Julian Gough, World Economics, December 2012
This article examines the degree of convergence of the economies of the Eurozone since the start of the single currency in 1999. Convergence, both in .. More
 
11
The Poverty of Statistics: Military Power, Defence Expenditure and Strategic Balance
Jan Ludvík, World Economics, March 2015
Military expenditure and the number of service personnel are the two features most commonly used to compare national military power. The question rema.. More
 
12
Communist China’s Capitalism
Kenneth Austin, World Economics, March 2011
This article explains the contemporary Chinese–American economic relationship as an ironic variant of the classical theory of capitalist imperialism. .. More
 
13
The Economic Implications of Epidemics Old and New
Clive Bell & Maureen Lewis, World Economics, December 2004
The outbreak of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) in the winter of 2002–03 raised the specter of a new, unknown and uncontrollable infectious .. More
 
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How Demographic Change can Bolster Economic Performance in Developing Countries
David E. Bloom & David Canning, World Economics, December 2003
Falling mortality rates spurred by medical, nutritional and lifestyle changes have spurred a ‘demographic transition’ in a majority of the world’s co.. More
 
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Understanding the Greek Crisis
Michael Mitsopoulos and Theodore Pelagidis, World Economics, March 2011
This paper focuses on the distortions that the Greek public debt has imposed on the Greek banking system, and suggests how these can be unwound. The l.. More
 
16
The Change in Corporate Behaviour
Andrew Smithers, World Economics, October 2012
Deficit finance is needed to offset ex-ante savings’ surpluses and provides an adequate solution, provided that the surpluses are cyclical. Today addi.. More
 
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Are Estimates of the Economic Contribution of Financial Services Reliable?
Brian Sturgess, World Economics, June 2017
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Measuring GDP in Africa
World Economics, World Economics, March 2016
Africa is an economic region with enormous potential attracting much interest and investment. Following decades of stagnation the consensus view is th.. More
 
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Global Growth Tracker
Dariana Tani, World Economics, March 2016
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Why GDP data should be used with extreme caution
World Economics, World Economics, November 2015
The quality of GDP measurements are limited by the resources available to national statistics offices, this is correlated with an economy’s standard o.. More
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