Trade, Finance & Development

The IMF and Ireland: What We Can Learn from the Global South

New paper from  Action from Ireland

Learning from the Global South

"The 'Dark Side' of Deregulation? The Politics of Two-tier Labour Markets in Germany and Japan after the Global Financial Crisis

For much of 2009 Germany and Japan appeared to be among the countries most severely affected by the global economic and financial crisis.

Cuts in aid have consequences

It seems a straightforward concept. But spending cuts which carry no costs don't exist. Real people elsewhere will be the victims of cuts made here.

A Message from Argentina: Our Sympathies to the People of Greece!

There are disconcerting parallels between Argentina’s catastrophic decade, 1991-2001, which ended in massive default, and Greece’s recent and impending difficulties.

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