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George Soros maps the terrain of a global economy that is increasingly shaped by China George Soros, Global Economy, Web Layout, Beautiful Sky, Economics, Challenges, Stock Photos, Business, Maps

The World Economy’s Shifting Challenges | by George Soros - Project Syndicate

As 2013 comes to a close, efforts to revive growth in the world’s most influential economies are exerting competing pressures on the global economy. Perhaps not surprisingly, while Europe and the US will continue to play an important global role, developments in Asia will determine the worldwide outlook in 2014 and beyond.

 Bradford DeLong asks why Americans are not clamoring for polices that would leave of them better off. Economics Articles, Bradford, Historian, Police, The Past, Wellness, American, Projects, Log Projects

The Strange Case of American Inequality | by J. Bradford DeLong - Project Syndicate

When income inequality began to rise in the 1980’s and 1990’s, economic historians expected to see a political reaction, as had occurred in democracies in the past. So why hasn't America, where 90% of income earners are worse off today than they were 20 years ago, given rise to similar movements for reform?

Shinzo Abe unveils a concerted effort to raise Japanese workers' pay. Economics, Raising, Affair, Effort, Japanese, Projects, Japanese Language, Finance

Shinzo Abe unveils a concerted effort to raise Japanese workers' pay. - Project Syndicate

Laura Tyson describes what the US should do to enhance economic growth and distributional equity. Us Presidents, Barack Obama, Economics, Challenges, Projects, Log Projects, Blue Prints, Finance

Which Policies Reduce Income Inequality? | by Laura Tyson - Project Syndicate

US President Barack Obama recently declared growing income inequality and the inequality of opportunity that it creates to be the defining challenges of our time. These problems have risen to the top of the political agenda in the US, but they are not uniquely American problems.

Making Sense of the Swiss Shock by Markus Brunnermeier and Harold James - Project Syndicate Economics, Projects, Nice, Log Projects, Blue Prints, Finance, Nice France

Making Sense of the Swiss Shock | by Markus Brunnermeier & Harold James - Project Syndicate

For years, policymakers have been wondering whether the exit of a small, fiscally weak country like Greece could undermine the euro. Now, policymakers will have to deal with even bigger risks, stemming from the exit of a small, fiscally strong country that is not even a member of the European Union.

An exquisite example of American Gothic architecture, the white-marble St. Pat’s first opened its doors in This impressively large midtown cathedral doesn’t scrimp on design, outside or in. A pair of vaulted towers frame the main entrance; Chrysler Building, World Trade Center, Empire State Building, Lancaster, New York City, Places To See, Places Ive Been, American Gothic, Skyline

Redeeming the system

A study asks whether the 2008 crash could have been avoided by heeding the pope | Erasmus

India Inc today said it looked forward to the new RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan initiating cut in interest rates and improving credit flow to crucial sectors like infrastructure to put economy back on high-growth path. Raghuram Rajan, English News Headlines, Looking Forward, Global Economy, News Articles, Business News, Economics, Acting, Investing

What to expect from Raghuram Rajan as RBI governor -Economy News , Firstpost

Under Rajan the RBI wont try to defend the rupee all the time. Given this, the rupee might even be allowed to fall further. What Rajan does on this front will become clear in the months to come, but this will be his biggest immediate challenge.