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By Jayati Ghosh - Oct 15,2023
NEW DELHI — Among the multiple crises that have erupted around the world, the avoidable tragedy of growing hunger receives only fleeting mention.
By Jayati Ghosh - Aug 22,2023
NEW DELHI — In recent years, soaring food prices and the growing frequency and intensity of floods, droughts, and other extreme weather events have prompted warnings of a looming grain shortage, potentially spelling disaster for the world’s poorest and most vulnerable populations
By Jayati Ghosh - Jul 18,2023
NEW DELHI — With much of the developing world teetering on the edge of a debt crisis, the calls for a new issuance of special drawing rights (SDRs, the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF’s) reserve asset), have grown louder and more urgent.
By Jayati Ghosh - Jun 23,2023
NEW DELHI — The global food system is broken.
By Jayati Ghosh - Apr 20,2023
NEW DELHI — It has taken far too long, but it seems that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has finally internalised some hard truths about sovereign-debt reduction. Chief among them is that growing economies have an easier time repaying.
By Jayati Ghosh - Mar 18,2023
NEW DELHI — Carbon pricing is all the rage these days, at least in the developed world. But while global leaders and experts, most of them from rich countries, increasingly embrace the idea of putting the “right price” on carbon, the concept remains vague and ill-defined.
By Jayati Ghosh - Feb 16,2023
NEW DELHI — Over the past two decades, Indian multibillionaire Gautam Adani’s close ties to Prime Minister Narendra Modi have helped the Gujarati businessman become Asia’s wealthiest person.
By Jayati Ghosh - Jan 22,2023
NEW DELHI — The World Economic Forum’s annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland, has always been more than a little problematic. But in recent years, the annual gathering of the rich and powerful has become an increasingly wasteful exercise in vanity.
By Jayati Ghosh - Jan 14,2023
 NEW DELHI — After four decades of fostering integration through trade and finance, the global economy has begun a painful process of fragmentation.
By Jayati Ghosh - Nov 17,2022
 NEW DELHI  —  The Spanish-American philosopher George Santayana famously warned that “those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it”. But sometimes even those who can recall the past have a selective memory and draw the wrong conclusions.



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