Jayati Ghosh speaks on International Symposium on Global Redistribution and the Challenges of Financing Development held at ISS on 16 and 17 February 2017.
Jan Kregel speaks on International Symposium on Global Redistribution and the Challenges of Financing Development held at ISS on 16 and 17 February 2017.
“Demonetisation Decoded: A critique of India’s currency experiment”, written by Jayati Ghosh, C.P. Chandrasekhar and Prabhat Patnaik and published by Routledge India, is an important book that provides a quick and concise explanation of the goals, implications, initial effects and the political economy of the major demonetisation move of the Indian government, that involved de-recognition of over 86 per cent of the value of Indian currency in circulation in one stroke.
Prabhat Patnaik speaks on capitalism and its current crisis at the Inaugural Conference of the Geopolitical Economy Research Group (GERG) at the University of Manitoba.
According to Prabhat Patnaik, the Greek referendum is very significant in the sense that this is the first time there has been a referendum on an economic issue and it marks a break bringing economic policymaking back into popular discourse.
Jayati Ghosh speaks about the importance of social mobility and how it is related to the distribution of income at the Festival of Economics 2015, an event organised by the Centre for International Development Cooperation of Trento.
In this Smart Talk video series, Andrew Mazzone and Dr. Jayati Ghosh discuss socialist movements and transformations around the world.
Jan Kregel argues that most derivative packages mask the actual risk involved in an investment and increase the difficulty in assessing the final return on funds provided.
Prof. C.P. Chandrasekhar speaks about the rise in inequalities in recent times in Asian countries, despite high rates of economic growth in some of these countries. He explains how this recent trend is different from the previous experiences of countries like South Korea in the first phase of their industrialization, when economic growth was followed by real improvements in the standard of living of even the lowest section of society. For the full session, please click here >>