Feasibility Of Export Led Growth In Time Of Global Slow-Down

By- Apoorv Srivastav The engine of the global economy has started to stagnate. One of the biggest arguments that favors this statement is that the export led growth is no more feasible. The export led growth pioneered by Germany and Japan in 50’s and 60’s was further adopted by the Four Asian Tigers: Hong Kong, […]

Abenomics: Has it really worked for Japan?

By Keerthana Raghavan Abenomics refers to a set of policies adopted by the Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe when he was selected as Prime Minister for the second time in 2012. The policies were implemented in the background of near zero growth rate for past 20 years and huge government debt. The policies were aimed […]

WHAT DOES CHINESE SLOWDOWN MEAN FOR INDIA?

By Priyanka Modi Edited by Sachit Modi Executive Summary The purpose of this paper is to analyze the impact of the slowdown in the economic growth of China on India. I will analyze the repercussions of Chinese economic crisis on the global economy. India being well-integrated with the global economy cannot be alienated from the effects […]