Brookings India Working Paper


  • Rebalancing a Lopsided Global Economy 

    Triggs, Adam (Brookings India, 2018-05-30)
    The growth in global current account imbalances has produced a lopsided global economy, characterised by large lenders and large borrowers, large savers and large consumers, and large exporters and large importers. For many years, the G-20 has committed ...
  • Digital Australia an Economic and Trade Agenda 

    Meltzer, Joshua P. (Brookings India, 2018-05-30)
    The use of digital technologies is a key driver of productivity gains and it will shape the global economy over the next decades. In fact, Australia’s Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) has identified increased immersion ...
  • Enhancing anti-money laundering and financial access: Can new technology achieve both? 

    Barr, Michael; Gifford, Karen; Klein, Aaron (Brookings India, 2018-04-30)
    In this paper, we focus on those global standards that apply to cross-border payments. Global financial standards have a large impact on cross-border payments as the challenges regarding interpretation and application of international standards at a ...
  • Leave No Country Behind: Ending Poverty in the Toughest Places 

    Gertz, Geoffrey; Kharas, Homi (Brookings India, 2018-02-28)
    In 2015, the members of the United Nations agreed to end extreme poverty by 2030, the first of 17 SDGs. For the world to achieve this, some 30 high poverty countries that have seen little to no poverty reduction in recent years will need to alter their ...

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