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The long depression in Italy

by Michael Roberts

4 December 2016

The long depression in Italy
Italy has a referendum this coming weekend. Italy’s Blairite (Clintonesque) prime minister Matteo Renzi of the ruling the centre-left Democrats called a referendum, British Cameron-style, to ‘reform’ the electoral constitution. He wants to reduce the size of the upper house of parliament, the Senate, from over 350 senators to just 100 and also have them come from the regions and cities, namely the elected mayors etc. Most important, he wants to end the ability (...)

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From Neoliberalism to Possible Alternatives

by Víctor Manuel Isidro Luna

4 December 2016

From Neoliberalism to Possible Alternatives 1. Introduction The objective of this article is to outline possible alternatives to capitalism in its neoliberal phase. In 2007, the deepest world crisis since the Great Depression started and has continued with neither a theoretical nor a practical solution to date. It has exacerbated economic stagnation, inequality, poverty, and environmental destruction. As a response to the crisis, countries have applied keynesian but mostly neoliberal (...)

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Debt Service Ratios. International Debt Observatory, 2012

by OID

16 November 2016

Debt Service Ratios. International Debt Observatory, 2012
With these ratios, we present information concerning debt service as a percent of the education budget, as a percent of the healthcare budget , as a percent of total public service salaries, as a percent of capital expenditure, and per Inhabitant (current dollars). Also, we present interactions among the aforementioned variables and the debt service per inhabitant. All data were compiled from the World Bank’s database, World (...)

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Mozambique admits financial collapse and plans to restructure debt

por News Agencies

6 de noviembre de 2016

The Government of Mozambique officially admitted the financial inability of the state to pay the next installments of the debts of public companies with hidden loans, and called for a restructuring of payments and a new financial aid from the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

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Approaches to International Investment Protection

por Kinda Mohamadieh and Daniel Uribe.

23 de junio de 2016

While the international investment treaty regime is at a conjuncture, States face the challenge of designing reforms that would result in systemic solutions, and not merely cosmetic changes, to the challenges emerging out of the existing regime and the ISDS mechanism it embodies.

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The Pending Challenges of Development

by Martin Khor

20 June 2016

The Declaration on the Right to Development, adopted by the UN General Assembly in 1986 (as Document 41/128) is 30 years old. It is appropriate to celebrate this anniversary. For the right to development has had great resonance among people all over the world, including in developing and poor countries.

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The Challenges for Regional Integration - Bolivia joining Mercosur and Cuba – US relations

by Julio C. Gambina

13 February 2016

Latin American Integration continues to be discussed as a way of addressing the repercussions of capitalism’s global crisis and aspiring to a different development of the global order. It is worth focussing on the challenges this situation presents, notably the move away from Mercosur’s neoliberal and liberalizing origins at the beginning of the nineties.

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"We Need a Plan B for Europe"

by Gokhan Terzioglu, Steve Knauss & Antoine Dolcerocca

13 February 2016

Potemkin Review interviewed Eric Toussaint, President of CADTM. He presided as the scientific coordinator for the Truth Committee on the Greek Public Debt established by then President of the Greek Parliament Zoe Konstantopoulou in 2015.

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CHINA: CAPITAL OUTFLAWS REACHED USD 1 TRILLION IN 2015

by News Agency

25 January 2016

Policy makers have been burning through reserves to reduce yuan volatility as the currency lost its status as a one-way bet on appreciation amid the slowest economic growth in a quarter century and an unexpected devaluation in August

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PUERTO RICO´S COLONIAL ECONOMY

by Arthur Macewan

23 January 2016

Recently, the details of the Puerto Rican economic mess, and especially the financial crisis, have become almost daily fodder for the U.S. press. Yet, the island’s colonial status and the economic impact of that status, which lie at the foundation of the current debacle, have been largely ignored.

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