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Overpromise and Under-Deliver: Growth in Mexico

Over the past three decades, and despite great hopes to the contrary, Mexico’s economy has under-performed. In the early 1908s, Mexico introduced aggressive political and economic reforms… 568 more words

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The Big Challenge for Indonesia’s New President: Proving Democracy Works

When Indonesia’s election commission announced late Tuesday that Jakarta Governor Joko Widodo had won July’s presidential election, the transition of the world’s fourth-most populous nation to democracy was finally made complete. 704 more words

What Narendra Modi Can Do for Development

Nearly one month after the landmark 2014 Lok Sabha election, India waits for newly-elected Prime Minister Narendra Modi to make good on his election promises. During his campaign, former Chief Minister Modi vowed to catalyze economic growth, curtail corruption, and defend the poor, a platform that surely helped him earn the… 580 more words

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The Economics of India’s Railways

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A flexible yuan can help China cope with bigger capital flows: central bank

China’s central bank will focus on liberalizing bank deposit rates over the next two years, while loosening its grip on the yuan currency to give greater influence to market forces, a vice governor of the People’s Bank of China said on Saturday. 441 more words


BAGHDAD – Hussein al-Tamimi Tgb examine a number of specialists in economic affairs form the program of economic and political characteristics of the next government, and stand at the most important challenges that confuse the reality of work, stressing the importance of the adoption of the program of good governance and its impact on the development of all aspects of life in country came during a workshop organized by the Iraqi Institute for Economic Reform. 771 more words


Challenges and Dilemmas of Policy Making after the Arab Spring

“While the need for economic reform is well-recognized by political stakeholders, neither people on the street nor those in the government are yet ready to bear the social and political costs of reform.”

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