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American Imperialism, Amartya Sen and the Indian Left

Indian Left had always held Nobel Laureate Prof Amartya Sen in high esteem; respected him as a philosopher and welfare economist of liberal traditions. But he is getting, nowadays, more and more intolerant of them and has even branded them as lacking in intelligence and independence. 1,503 more words

Mixed Signals on Global Economy: #Investment Up, #Trade Down!

Mixed Signals on Global Economy: #Investment Up, #Trade Down!

From Diplomat Artist Buzz & Global Finance – The “Global Investment Trends Monitor” has hit a record high. 34 more words

Cutting Love - 4th Quarterly

Every 3 months I send an update. In my 4th I focus on listing some links for resources and events, before a few thoughts on “cutting love.” You can sign up to receive this… 1,367 more words

Sustainable Development

African leaders are in London to seek economic opportunities 

Ten African Heads of State are in London for a two-day business summit. The Global African Investment Summit is a platform for African presidents, and ministers, to put forward their perspective strategies on how they will create a safe environment to stimulate sustainability and inclusive growth in their countries. 273 more words

Richard Kozul-Wright

Revista Expansión 1152 (Méx), 24 de octubre-6 de noviembre 2014

Entrevistas

Rethinking development strategies - fiscal space

The UNCTAD has a new book on development strategies (free pdf available). There is a section of fiscal space, which is an idea that is discussed quite a lot these days. 604 more words

Macro