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Paul Krugman warns of global recession by year-end, says absence of effective response during slowdown main concern
Business

Paul Krugman warns of global recession by year-end, says absence of effective response during slowdown main concern

Speaking at the World Government Summit in Dubai, Paul Krugman said it was unlikely that just "one big thing" would prompt an economic downturn.

US' youngest Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez suggests taxing the ultra rich up to 70% to fight climate change
World

US' youngest Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez suggests taxing the ultra rich up to 70% to fight climate change

The proposal is part of an ambitious tax plan dubbed the "Green New Deal" that aims to eliminate carbon emissions by 2030. The self-described Democratic Socialist, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez suggested taxing the ultra-wealthy up to 70 percent in order to finance the plan.

Need to rethink over PSBs ownership if to ward frauds off in future: CEA Arvind Subramanian
Business

Need to rethink over PSBs ownership if to ward frauds off in future: CEA Arvind Subramanian

Pitching for radical reforms in the banking sector, Chief Economic Adviser (CEA) Arvind Subramanian on Thursday said that time has come for rethinking on the ownership of public sector banks (PSBs) in India

Rahul Gandhi says Narendra Modi's 'acche din PR' will take beating after Paul Krugman's warning about mass unemployment
Politics

Rahul Gandhi says Narendra Modi's 'acche din PR' will take beating after Paul Krugman's warning about mass unemployment

Congress president Rahul Gandhi hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the issue of unemployment, saying his 'achche din' PR would take a beating after a Nobel laureate warned India of mass unemployment

News18's Rising India Summit Day 2 updates: Didn't think nepotism would become a national topic, says Kangana Ranaut
India

News18's Rising India Summit Day 2 updates: Didn't think nepotism would become a national topic, says Kangana Ranaut

Home Minister Rajnath Singh's address will start proceedings on Day 2 of the 'News18 Rising India' summit, delivering a speech titled 'Rising India: The Challenges Within'.

News18 Rising India Summit: India's foray into world market is services and not manufacturing-centred, says Paul Krugman
India

News18 Rising India Summit: India's foray into world market is services and not manufacturing-centred, says Paul Krugman

In the session right after Krugman’s, Ruchir Sharma, head of the Emerging Markets Equity at Morgan Stanley Investment, said that low-end manufacturing, which may seem unglamorous on the surface, is what will spur growth.

Paul Krugman at News18's Rising India Summit says nation has emerged as a super power, but govt shouldn't have heavy hand on economy
Business

Paul Krugman at News18's Rising India Summit says nation has emerged as a super power, but govt shouldn't have heavy hand on economy

Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman on Saturday said India has marched even countries like Japan and the progress it has achieved is 30 years is extraordinary.

News18 Network announces News18 Rising India Summit; Narendra Modi will inaugurate two-day long event
India

News18 Network announces News18 Rising India Summit; Narendra Modi will inaugurate two-day long event

News18 Network has announced its marquee thought-leadership initiative – News18 Rising India Summit.

Donald Trump unveils much-awaited 'Fake News Awards'; CNN, The New York Times, The Washington Post lead the list
World

Donald Trump unveils much-awaited 'Fake News Awards'; CNN, The New York Times, The Washington Post lead the list

At loggerheads with much of the US news media since his election, Donald Trump finally doled out his "Fake News Awards" after weeks of speculation

PM Modi’s Harvard dig at Amartya Sen: 7% GDP is good but it’s too early to gloat
Business

PM Modi’s Harvard dig at Amartya Sen: 7% GDP is good but it’s too early to gloat

When the final, revised numbers come in the approaching months, the growth narrative (as depicted by the numbers) could take a turn on either side

Nobel Economics Prize 2016: World Bank's new chief economist Paul Romer likely winner
World

Nobel Economics Prize 2016: World Bank's new chief economist Paul Romer likely winner

The World Bank's new chief economist is among those tipped to win the Nobel Economics Prize on Monday, as the awards season moves into a second week.

US Fed more likely to opt for QE4 than a rate hike - and here's why
World

US Fed more likely to opt for QE4 than a rate hike - and here's why

The Austrian School of Economics predicts that America's economic woes cannot be ended with more liberal and free money. But that is exactly what the US Fed may end up doing for fear of another economic collapse.

Swiss shocker: Central banks aren't God; they can't revive growth without fiscal backing
Business

Swiss shocker: Central banks aren't God; they can't revive growth without fiscal backing

The Swiss National Banks' decision to abandon the euro exchange rate ceiling last week shows the limits to central bank power in turning the tide against deflation, It is time for fiscal policy to step in.

Triumph of Japan's 'Abenomics': the proof is in the lingerie
World

Triumph of Japan's 'Abenomics': the proof is in the lingerie

Want proof of the success of expansionary fiscal and monetary policy? Just check out the length of the skirts of Japanese all-girl bands and the undergarments of lingerie models...

The $1 trillion coin: Krugman's loony idea to save US
World

The $1 trillion coin: Krugman's loony idea to save US

Economist Paul Krugman's silly idea to get over the Republican refusal to raise the US debt ceiling is a dangerous one. It will destroy all trust in the dollar

Obama's victory shows a more liberal, tolerant America
World

Obama's victory shows a more liberal, tolerant America

In a blog post for the New York Times, Krugman says that what this victory has done most significantly, is debunk the theory of a 'real America' that consists of partisan white voters who are more conservative in nature, and show that the country is becoming more liberal and tolerant.

US Polls: The American media's got it wrong, Romney's not winning
World

US Polls: The American media's got it wrong, Romney's not winning

While the mainstream media is gung ho about the 'surge' in Mitt Romney's possibilities of victory, a fact check shows that they are mostly wrong.

False economics: Why JP Morgan is wrong about iPhone 5
News & Analysis

False economics: Why JP Morgan is wrong about iPhone 5

The iPhone 5 may not have a turbocharge effect on the US economy, as an analyst claims. It could, however, bring pure joy to Apple fanboys for whom the smartphone is a reward in itself.

False economics: Why JP Morgan is wrong about iPhone 5
Economy

False economics: Why JP Morgan is wrong about iPhone 5

The iPhone 5 may not have a turbocharge effect on the US economy, as an analyst claims. It could, however, bring pure joy to Apple fanboys for whom the smartphone is a reward in itself.

Bernanke vs Krugman: Does inflation create more jobs?
Economy

Bernanke vs Krugman: Does inflation create more jobs?

Will the American economy create more jobs if inflation were higher?