India’s Renewable Energy Opportunity
October 02, 2014
India’s Renewable Energy Opportunity
Even without climate change on its agenda, the country could become a leader in low-cost renewables.
India’s Renewable Energy Opportunity
The Economic Implications of Hong Kong’s Protests
September 30, 2014
The Economic Implications of Hong Kong’s Protests
How the protests are resolved could have tremendous implications for the global economy.
The Economic Implications of Hong Kong’s Protests
Pushing Back Against China’s Economic Takeover of Taiwan
September 30, 2014
Pushing Back Against China’s Economic Takeover of Taiwan
Why the the Trans-Pacific Partnership has a role in maintaining Taiwan’s economic independence.
Pushing Back Against China’s Economic Takeover of Taiwan
Chinese Offshore Oil Company Fuels South China Sea Tension
September 29, 2014
Chinese Offshore Oil Company Fuels South China Sea Tension
CNOOC is using Western technology to further Chinese territorial claims.
Chinese Offshore Oil Company Fuels South China Sea Tension
Could Silicon Valley Change the Calculus in the South China Sea?
September 28, 2014
Could Silicon Valley Change the Calculus in the South China Sea?
Silicon Valley startups are developing technologies that could bring greater transparency to a troubled region.
Could Silicon Valley Change the Calculus in the South China Sea?
Distrust About China’s Antitrust Campaign
September 28, 2014
Distrust About China’s Antitrust Campaign
Are concerns about China’s anti-monopoly investigations into foreign multinationals valid?
Distrust About China’s Antitrust Campaign
The Lucky Country Is About to Run Out of Luck
September 27, 2014
The Lucky Country Is About to Run Out of Luck
Its dependence commodities exports to China and housing sales leaves the Australian economy looking very exposed.
The Lucky Country Is About to Run Out of Luck
How Many Billionaires Are There in Asia?
September 26, 2014
How Many Billionaires Are There in Asia?
A lot, according to the most recent ‘billionaire census.’ And the number looks set to grow.
How Many Billionaires Are There in Asia?
India: A Return to Special Economic Zones
September 26, 2014
India: A Return to Special Economic Zones
In reviving SEZs, Modi can liberalize without taking on vested interests.
India: A Return to Special Economic Zones
Is China’s Market-State Juggernaut Grinding to a Halt?
September 25, 2014
Is China’s Market-State Juggernaut Grinding to a Halt?
If the Chinese economy is to grow, the presence of the state will have to be reduced.
Is China’s Market-State Juggernaut Grinding to a Halt?
No One Who Bought Alibaba Stock Actually Owns Alibaba
September 24, 2014
No One Who Bought Alibaba Stock Actually Owns Alibaba
The unusual business structure of the year’s biggest IPO – and why it might not be legal.
No One Who Bought Alibaba Stock Actually Owns Alibaba
New Zealand’s Key Unlocks ‘Rock Star’ Economy
September 23, 2014
New Zealand’s Key Unlocks ‘Rock Star’ Economy
The center-right government easily returns to power. Can it continue its impressive economic performance?
New Zealand’s Key Unlocks ‘Rock Star’ Economy
China’s Economy: Stimulated But Not Aroused
September 21, 2014
China’s Economy: Stimulated But Not Aroused
Stimulus alone won’t be enough to revive the Chinese economy.
China’s Economy: Stimulated But Not Aroused
The Risks of Alibaba’s Wall Street Splash
September 19, 2014
The Risks of Alibaba’s Wall Street Splash
The Chinese online retailer is poised to challenge Amazon, but investors should beware its corporate structure.
The Risks of Alibaba’s Wall Street Splash
Jokowi’s Economic Challenges
September 18, 2014
Jokowi’s Economic Challenges
Indonesia’s next president has plans to reform Indonesia’s economy. It won’t be easy.
Jokowi’s Economic Challenges
Bank of Japan Urged to Print More Money
September 17, 2014
Bank of Japan Urged to Print More Money
The OECD urges central banks in Japan and Europe to step up their monetary easing.
Bank of Japan Urged to Print More Money
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