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Edward B. Barbier, Nature and Wealth: Overcoming Environmental Scarcity and Inequality

Regular Triple Crisis contributor Patrick Bond participated in a recent forum with Capital in the Twenty-First Century author Thomas Piketty at the University of the Witwatersrand. A short account of Bond’s reflections on Piketty is available at the link just below, and several other contributions to the discussion of Piketty’s analysis and its relevance to South Africa today are in the “What We’re Reading” section:

Patrick Bond, Can World’s Worst Case of Inequality Be Fixed with Pikettian Posturing?

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Prabhat Patnaik, The Refugee Crisis

Piketty and South Africa (h/t Patrick Bond):

Raymond Parson, Piketty’s Fix for Inequality in Sync with Development Plan

Imraan Valodia, What South Africa Can Learn from Piketty about Addressing Inequality

Vishnu Padayachee, Piketty’s Contribution to Unpacking Inequality: Timely and Relevant

Vishnu Padayachee, Piketty’s ‘Capital’: Perspectives from the South

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Patrick Bond and Ana Garcia, BRICS: An Anti-Capitalist Critique

Gus Van Harten, Matthew C. Porterfield, Kevin P. Gallagher, Investment Provisions in Trade and Investment Treaties: The Need for Reform

Timothy A. Wise and Biraj Patnaik, Destruction of U.S. Credibility at WTO

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Shouvik Chakraborty, India’s Economy Can Grow Without Increasing Carbon Emissions (video)

Leila E. Davis, Charalampos Konstantinidis, Yorghos Tripodis, A Proposal for a Federalized Unemployment Insurance Mechanism for Europe

Haider A. Khan, The Enabling Developmental State in the 21st Century

Global Development and Environment Institute, Leontief Prize for Advancing the Frontiers of Economic Thought (2016)

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Martin Khor, When So Many Lives are at Stake

Léonce Ndikumana and Lynda Pickbourn, The Impact of Foreign Aid Allocation on Access to Social Services in sub-Saharan Africa: The Case of Water and Sanitation

Nathaniel Cline and Matías Vernengo, Interest Rates, Terms of Trade and Currency Crises: Are We On the Verge of a New Crisis in the Periphery?

Timothy A. Wise, Two Roads Diverged in the Food Crisis: Global Policy Takes the One More Travelled

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Dan La Botz, The Agony of Mexican Labor Today

Prabhat Patnaik, The Devaluation of the Yuan

Manuel Riesco, Commodity Supercycle: A “Myth” Explained

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Yuan Tian and Kevin P. Gallagher, Housing Price Volatility and the Capital Account in China (This is the full paper whose key findings are summarized in the earlier Triple Crisis blog post, Regulation and Volatility in China’s Financial Markets.)

Jayati Ghosh, Emerging Markets in Retreat

Martin Khor, Economy Facing Its Greatest Test

Sunita Narain, Back to Toilet School

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Deepankar Basu and Debarshi Das, Profitability and Investment: Evidence from India’s Organized Manufacturing Sector

Andrew Cornford, The Financial Reform Agenda: Impact and Inclusiveness for Developing Countries

Anita Dancs and Helen Scharber, Do Locavores Have a Dilemma? (This is the full article from which the earlier Triple Crisis blog post Local Food and the CASTE Paradigm was excerpted.)

Robert Pollin, Heidi Garrett-Peltier, James Heintz, and Shouvik Chakraborty, Global Green Growth: Clean Energy Industrial Investments and Expanding Job Opportunities

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C.P. Chandrasekhar, The Search for India’s Bulky Middle

C.P. Chandrasekhar and Jayati Ghosh, Looking Back at Debt Relief for the Germans

Gerald Epstein and Juan Antonio Montecino, Banking From Financial Crisis to Dodd-Frank: Five Years On, How Much Has Changed?

Sunita Narain, Food for nutrition, nature and livelihood

Matias Vernengo, Europe in its Labyrinth, Greece on its Knees

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Gerald Epstein, Banks: How Big is Too Big?

Ali Kadri, Ancient to Modern Mashriq

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Reforming the Future: Lessons from Sovereign Debt Restructuring, Atlantic Council

Prabhat Patnaik, Misconceptions About Neo-Liberalism

Jomo Kwame Sundaram and Vladimir Popov, Income Inequalities in Perspective

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Jayati Ghosh, North Cyprus: Complicated, Contradictory, Charismatic

Sunita Narain, The Earth for You

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Jeronim Capaldo, Overcooked Free-Trade Dogmas in the Debate on TTIP, Global Development and Environment Institute (GDAE)

Edward A. Cunningham, The State and the Firm: China’s Energy Governance in Context, Global Development and Environment Institute

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Sunita Narain, How Power Can Be Cleaned

Rebecca Ray, Kevin P. Gallagher, Andres Lopez, and Cynthia Sanborn, China in Latin America: Lessons for South-South Cooperation and Economic Development

Alejandro Reuss, Climate Change: What Is It? What Causes It? What Can We Do About It?

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Deepankar Basu and Debarshi Das, Profitability in India’s Organized Manufacturing Sector: The Role of Technology, Distribution, and Demand

Nancy Folbre, Accounting for Care: A Research and Survey Design Agenda

Esteban Pérez Caldentey, Miguel Torres and Romain Zivy, Interview on Neo-Structuralism

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James K. Boyce, Klara Zwickl and Michael Ash, Three Measures of Environmental Inequality

C.P. Chandrasekhar and Jayati Ghosh, Ever-Expanding Debt Bubbles in China and India

Sara Hsu and Jianjun Li, The Rise and Fall of Shadow Banking in China

Timothy A. Wise and Emily Cole, Mandating Food Insecurity: The Global Impacts of Rising Biofuel Mandates and Targets

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Luiz Carlos Bresser-Pereira, Inequality and the Phases of Capitalism

Edward A. Cunningham, The State and the Firm: China’s Energy Governance in Context

Oscar Ugarteche, The Debt Reduction Germany Received in 1952 (and 1990)

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C.P. Chandrasekhar, Asian Banks in Trouble

Adem Y. Elveren and Sara Hsu, Military Expenditures and Profit Rate: Evidence from OECD Countries

Sunita Narain, Real Pride of Ancient Indian Science

Matías Vernengo, Sachs is Wrong on Krugman and the Recovery

 

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Stephen A. Marglin and Peter M. Spiegler, Did the States Pocket the Stimulus Money?

Claudio Lara Cortés and Consuelo Silva Flores, eds., Democratic Renewal versus Neoliberalism

José Gabriel Palma, Has the Income Share of the Middle and Upper-Middle Been Stable Over Time … ?

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