On October 30, 2014 Paul Krugman wrote in New York Times ” Japan used to be a cautionary tale, but the rest of us have messed up so badly that it almost looks like a role model instead.” Japan’s economy has been in coma for the past 20 years and its revival has been the focus of many debates and case studies (and many criticisms). With promising reforms like Big Bang and Abenomics, it is important to check whether Japan has overcome some hurdles or whether the reforms proved to be a complete failure.Read More →

2014 remains a year of expectations and recoveries since many economies will be witnessing the effects of amendments made in the previous year.This article focuses on the economies that can make it big in 2014. The article focuses on 3 economies that can be the largest in the world. The analysis is based on secondary research findings.The article is purely research based and any comments on the article are more than welcome!Read More →