The Economics of Post-Modernity: When Conventional Models Fail

Research within this field focuses on the following questions: How do non-mainstream approaches respond to the present neo-liberal economic model’s failure to ? Which economic strategies would help make societies more resilient and allow for inclusion, justice, and fairness? How can we foster a new economic system based on core human values?


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Jayshree Sengupta
Jayshree Sengupta
Senior fellow with the Observer Research Foundation (ORF), New Delhi
Andrés Solimano
Andrés Solimano
Non-Resident Senior Research Fellow, United Nations University
Beatriz Bissio
Beatriz Bissio
PhD in History (Universidade Federal Fluminense, UFF, Brazil)
Daisuke Kotegawa
Daisuke Kotegawa
Research Fellow, Canon Institute, Japan; Former representative of Japan to the IMF
Georgi M. Derluguian
Georgi M. Derluguian
Professor of Social Research and Public Policy at the New York University Abu Dhabi
Li Xin
Li Xin
Professor, Director of Institute for Economic Comparative Studies, Director of Dept. of Russian and Central Asian Studies, Shanghai Institute for International Studies

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The rise of the visible rich in India

It is not unusual to see rich celebrities such as film stars, flashy businessmen (and...

Coddling capital: Second-generation conditions to attract and retain the super-rich

Executive summary The ‘club’ of the super-rich is increasing worldwide and has the power to change...

The art market as an outlet for wealth accumulation and mobility

Liquid capital circulating around the globe is being channeled into financial markets, real estate, luxuries,...

Hiding financial wealth: The role of tax havens

Although there is no universally accepted definition of tax havens/special tax jurisdictions, they share at...

Global mobility of the wealthy: Push and pull factors

The global 1% face at least three critical decisions in a volatile world with varying...

Brexit: Are the British elite up to the task?

Continental Europe experienced a boost in development, while recovering from the destruction of World War...

Rethinking public ownership of capital: A new progressive view

For a long time, the post-war era in the Western world seemed to confirm the...

Social inequality in the evolution of human societies

This report might seem unusual in historical scope and daring in its arguments. The hope...

The rise and fall of socialism

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The rise and fall of market socialism in Yugoslavia

This paper is dedicated to the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFR Yugoslavia, hereafter Yugoslavia),...

Paradoxes of happiness

There is evidence that income and wealth inequalities are positively associated with happiness, as measured...

Mortality and life expectancy in post-communist countries

The transition to the market economy and democracy in Eastern Europe and former Soviet Union...

How the Soviet elite lost faith in socialism in the 1980s

As early theoreticians of socialism believed, a centrally planned economy organised rationally – the whole...

Good and bad GDP: Output fall in transition economies and the dead rat effect

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China’s economic transformation

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The JCPOA and Iran’s economic future

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A flat tax is for a flat earth

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The two forms of capitalism: Developmentalism and economic liberalism

Capitalist societies will be either developmental or liberal depending on the way they deploy their...

Is the WTO relevant for India?

Pressure on less developed countries from an increasingly belligerent US has caused the recent WTO...

Will the next economic miracle happen in the Middle East?

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The Islamic Caliphate: Undrawn conclusions

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Will the next economic miracle happen in the Middle East?

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The Arab Spring and the securitisation of space

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Institutional failure: The quest for Egyptian stability

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The Arab world and globalisation: Critical remarks

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Is China following Japan’s demographic footsteps?

China is ageing rapidly, sparking widespread concerns that the country may grow old before it...

China’s growth deceleration: Causes and future growth prospects

China has achieved miraculous growth in the four decades since economic reforms began in 1978,...

Slowdown of growth in China: Circumstances or choice?

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