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New policies in Asian central banks – increases the risk of stoking bubbles

The Asian central bankers recently released new policies which many analysts believe will spur bubbles in the future. The changes in the policies were due to the spreading of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) which is affecting several Asian countries that includes the South Korea that had caused an unexpected domestic headwind which rattled consumer confidence. 260 more words

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South Korea’s Keynesian Experiment Goes Global

FEBRUARY 20, 2015Ryan McMaken

The Birth of Korean Cool, by Euny Hong, Picador Press, 2014

Those of us who have reached a certain age remember the late 80s and early 90s when we were told that the Japanese were taking over the world. 230 more words

BLOG 2

BLOG 2: Is the Great Recession over now? Will profit motives overpower social responsibility again anytime in the near future? If so, what do you think is going to be the next bubble to burst? 833 more words

Процветание 1920х - Следствие "Второй Волны" Индустриализации

B США в 20-е годы родился термин процветание – так назывались 20-е годы вплоть до великого кризиса. Именно так они и воспринимались современниками. Здесь можно прекрасно понять, чего хотели и как ощущали все люди. 12 more words

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The New Great Wall of China: Economic Growth?

One of the more intriguing executive summaries that our Creative Director & CSO has come across in recent times is that to the Asian Development Bank’s visionary book,  382 more words

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