A blogpost on the current Chinese growth process and its implications for socialism in that country.
The Indian economy is currently facing a joint problem of high inflation and growth slowdown. This article argues that both are results of neo-liberalism and points out the wrong policies of the government to tackle with the problems.
A Rebuttal of the Trinamul Congress funded “Study” on West Bengal.
Surely the elimination of hunger should be a top national priority. Boasts of high economic growth rates matter little when such a pattern of growth is accompanied by an alarming growth in hunger says Brinda Karat
Current economic problems in the Indian economy are being presented by the Government as created entirely by the direct and indirect effects of the global financial crisis. Even the industrial slowdown is being blamed on the adverse impact of the global slowdown upon manufacturing exports. But, as C. P. Chandrasekhar and Jayati Ghosh show in this edition of Macroscan (published in The Hindu Business Line), the official data suggest that the industrial slowdown started well before the effects of the external crisis began to be felt in India.