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GLOBAL GROWTH VACUUM

India, April 29 -- My heart sank a bit when I read the well-written piece by Vivek Dehejia on whether an economy could grow forever (www.bit.ly/23RoOdw), centred around Robert Gordon's new book, The Rise and Fall of American Growth. I was planning ... HT Syndication, 1 day ago
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Global growth vacuum

Even if there is a productivity surge in the near term due innovations that Tyler Cowen mentions, over a generation or half a century, Robert Gordon's pessimism stands a better chance My heart sank a bit when I read the well-written piece by Vivek ...
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It's the story, stupid

Ideas are self-evidently important, but it is often the better story which carries the day The great economist John Maynard Keynes famously argued: The ideas of economists and political philosophers, both when they are right and when they are wrong ...
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Modinomics at two: Is it working for India and its citizens?

When he took office in May 2014, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was heralded as a dynamic economic reformer who would push India to finally fulfill its economic potential. Since then, India has become the fastest-growing large economy in the ...
 American Enterprise Institute1 week ago Modinomics at two  Livemint.com1 month ago
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Time for a world currency?

In a world even more subject to destabilizing volatility, Robert Mundell's proposal to create a global unit of account merits serious consideration Do we need a single global currency? That question would have seemed quixotic to many analysts of ...
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Bigger than Panama: Clean up global tax havens but India's deeper problems lie in domestic kala dhan

By Nalin Mehta "A man, a plan, a canal - Panama!" wrote the British playwright Leigh Mercer in 1948. Long before Project Prometheus made Panama synonymous with the biggest data leak in history, it was famous for the Panama palindrome: clever ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago

Swipe right for free trade

India must not sign up for TPP or, indeed, for RCEP, if it turns out to be stacked in favour of China as TPP is for the US One of the paradoxes of globalization is that in a world which is more dependent than ever on free flows of trade and ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago
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