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Rural Chinese society fractured by loss of traditional ways of life

OVER recent years, numerous books have sought to portray the desolation and decay of rural society as working-age villagers pour into cities in search of better opportunities. One of the most recent efforts ...

Wan Lixin | February 5, 2016, Friday

To gauge overall health of China’s economy, we must look beyond its financial markets

China’s economic situation is one that is evolving more than it is declining....

Winter Nie | February 4, 2016, Thursday

Shanghai’s migrants are heading home for the holiday, but what awaits them?

WHILE many office workers will work until before the Chinese New Year’s Eve (February 7 this year), a sizable portion of Shanghai’s population has already left the city. Over the weekend, I went to a ...

Wan Lixin | February 3, 2016, Wednesday

Economic challenges in the age of abundance

From the dawn of agriculture until well into the Industrial Age, the common human condition was what nutritionists and public-health experts would describe as severe and damaging nutritional biomedical...

J. Bradford DeLong | February 3, 2016, Wednesday

Japan’s negative interest rate gamble proves an ill-conceived move

About a week ago, the Bank of Japan’s governor Haruhiko Kuroda said: “We are not considering a cut in interest on bank reserves....

Dan Steinbock | February 2, 2016, Tuesday

Key concern for educators: Learning how to learn

“Numeracy and literacy are important, but learning is also a vehicle to help people recover and regain what is most critical to them — their own dignity, self-esteem and respect for the other,” comments...

C. M. Rubin | February 2, 2016, Tuesday

Can global economy sacrifice short-term rewards for long-term development?

The world economy is experiencing a turbulent start to 2016....

Jeffrey D. Sachs | February 1, 2016, Monday

China adopts ‘new normal’ as reforms continue

China’s shift from export-driven growth to a model based on domestic services and household consumption has been bumpier than some anticipated....

Joseph E. Stiglitz | February 1, 2016, Monday

Innovation can mean ‘permission to experiment’

In the popular imagination, the phrase “disruptive innovation” is so closely linked with Silicon Valley that it’s tempting to think non-IT companies have stood still since the 1990s....

Cyril Bouquet | January 29, 2016, Friday

Smart policies needed to manage major transitions in global economy in 2016

Global growth in 2016 will be disappointing and uneven....

Christine Lagarde | January 29, 2016, Friday

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