Seen as an initiative to restructure international financial structures, the BRICS bank may not necessarily be a stepping stone to further security and strategic institutionalization.
China’s domestic investment activities prove as strong stimulus to direct trade expansion for its partners in Africa.
Economists contend that polarization in Japan’s labor force could hold back the success of Abenomics.
Contrary to analysts’ expectations, US capital outflow was relatively small in 2011 and the US dollar actually appreciated against the currency of emerging markets.
A new report from the International Monetary Fund explores the future of the Chinese trade surplus.
Food remittances and foreign aid ease the impact of food price shocks.
Will new regulations make the financial system safe or just ineffective?
Low-income countries that can afford to be thrifty fare better during financial crises.
Lessons in financial management for resource-rich countries.