Rationality of Status

July 1, 2016 The Radical Economist 0

The Chinese economy is slowing down from the period 2006-9 when the economy grew by double digits to become the world’s second largest economy and a catalyst for growth in emerging markets. Chinese companies faced […]

The Path to a Self-Fulfilling Economy

June 6, 2016 Keerti Mallela 0

A self-fulfilling economy is a fairly basic concept in economics. Demand generates production- which generates employment and therefore wages – and wages generate consumption – which again generates demand. Lets keep this aside for a […]

Debt-stricken Worries

June 6, 2016 Keerti Mallela 0

Known for its brilliant debt management strategies, China, one of the most influential economies of the world, now is in the shackles of more debt. As of April 2016, corporate debt in China is 160 […]

Out of the Box: China and its MES

June 5, 2016 The Radical Economist 0

Despite unprecedented development both economically and socially , China has remained a ‘ developing economy ’ . The reasons cited are several : a comparatively lower per capita income, incomplete market reforms , rising inequality , […]

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