An extract from the UK’s New Economics Foundation on creating economic recovery ‘From the ashes of the crash’.
High risk financial activities are not sustainable, writes Joe Nagy, in this review of the lead-up to last year’s meltdown: “The recent global financial meltdown began in America and spread… more
Monetary policy should orient itself towards stability and take into account the recent precedents to the Global Financial Crisis, writes Imogen Halstead: “The Asian Financial Crisis and the dot.com boom… more
In the wake of the global financial crisis, a rethink of our ideas about money and interest is overdue, writes Shann Turnbull: “The financial system and the economy need to… more
In view of the Madoff scam, is it time to adjust our thinking towards our financial regulators, asks James Murray and Wilson Sy: Many people expect financial regulatory agencies (regulators) to protect them from unethical… more
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