Posts tagged economic growth
In his latest white paper, “Unprecedented Global Government Intervention,” NAI Global Chief Economist, Dr. Peter Linneman, discusses the dangers and pitfalls of an extraordinary wave of global government intervention taking place in capital markets. Citing historical examples, he demonstrates intervention only prolongs periods of stagnation and uncertainty. “In all, government activity is now deterring the very investment it was hoping to spur.”
As we enter the third quarter of 2012, we are seeing the pattern of unprecedented government intervention continue. Governments around the world are using the powerful tools at their disposal; spending, regulations, fiscal policy, and taxes to interfere with the free market in hope of sparking economic recovery. The result is that instead of recovery, we are experiencing further distress as the Euro crisis intensifies and even Brazil and China’s economies slow.
In his latest white paper, “Beware of Inflation”, NAI Global Chief Economist Dr. Peter Linneman questions how it is possible to not have inflation in the U.S. economy when healthcare and commodities prices are rapidly increasing and Federal and State governments are running record deficits. Dr. Linneman examines the impact of CPI increases, the Federal Reserve’s monetary policy, government deficits and other factors that will lead to massive inflation in the U.S. economy.
First Decade of the 21st Century had a Roaring Start and a Punishing Conclusion, Says NAI Global Chief Economist Dr. Peter Linneman
Despite a roaring start to the new millennium, the U.S. economy has little to show for the past 10 years. NAI Global Chief Economist Dr. Peter Linneman examines the key factors and trends that led the U.S. and global economy on a volatile roller coaster over the past decade, from a promising start to a punishing conclusion in a new white paper. More >
India is set to have three dedicated special economic zones (SEZs) for aerospace in the next five years, just as global aerospace and defence majors stepped up outsourcing to India to meet local demands and cut costs.
According to Pricewaterhouse Coopers, India received the largest number of foreign investments in aerospace research and development in 2000-08. Also, India received the highest number of investments in aerospace manufacturing after China. More >