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Why did Japan stop growing?
... export-oriented growth, it can also lead to weakness in the domestic
, notably services, where there is no discipline from international competition. And when a country is small compared with the ...
Poverty in India
Over the past two decades, India has become one of the stars of the world
thanks to its rapid growth. At the same time, India will not manage to realize the Millennium Development Goal of reducing ...
Australia: beware of Asian Century Hype
has been in a deep funk for two decades. Japan never made the transition to a domestic-demand and innovation-driven
. Rather it spent its way to a massive public debt, and failed to prepare ...
China's lack of global leadership
China has emerged rapidly as a global economic power. It is the world's leading exporter, with the world's second biggest
which has been growing by around 10% annually for over three decades. ...
(Panorama/Change and innovation)
Asia has been the most dynamic part of the world
for some time. And while it has long been considered a region of copycats, Asia is now becoming a more important player in global innovation. Singapore ...
Russia and the East
... future as a great country with highly educated people, balanced social system, strong democracy, technically advanced army, and diversified and sustainable
. In his last article which was published ...
Human security in Asia
... the global
. The 1997 Asian financial crisis also highlighted the Asia's vulnerability to volatile capital flows which flooded into the region, only to rush straight back out again. Further, ...
Reassessing Asia's economic miracle
... over a country whose GDP per capita was little higher than 2000 years before. The growth of the Chinese
over the millenia was mainly reflected in a higher population ("extensive growth"), and ...
Asian Century Hype
There is a lot of hype about the Asian Century. The Chinese
will soon exceed America's in size. Asia's
will become bigger than the West, as it was from the beginning of time until the ...
America and China: Asia's great powers
... power also requires a compelling ideology and values. The US stands for democracy, human rights and market
. But China doesn't stand for anything. The communism label is just a relic from the ...
Kiel Institute for the World Economy
(Web Links / Civil society organisations)
... economic growth of 7 per cent for 25 years or longer in the post World War II period (at this pace, an
doubles in size every decade)... Read more ...