Thursday, July 31, 2014

Sanjeev Sanyal

Sanjeev Sanyal is Deutsche Bank's Global Strategist. Named "Young Global Leader 2010" by the World Economic Forum, he is the author of The Indian Renaissance: India's Rise After a Thousand Years of Decline (Penguin 2008) and Land of the Seven Rivers: A Brief History of India's Geography (Penguin 2012).

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The Detroit Syndrome

When the city of Detroit filed for bankruptcy last week, it became the largest such filing in US history. Detroit's fate should serve as a warning, not only for China, but for the next generation of… read more

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Bretton Woods III

Current economic conditions in the US and China imply that the post-crisis global economy will experience a return to large macroeconomic imbalances. Although many economists condemn such imbalances, … read more

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Clicks over Bricks in India

The Indian government's announcement this month that it will open the country’s retail market to foreign players has provoked intense opposition from small shopkeepers. But the debate misses a… read more

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Who Are Tomorrow’s Consumers?

While manufacturers of luxury goods have lately had a difficult time in emerging markets, the real story for the next two decades will be these countries’ shift to middle-class status. Although other … read more

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The Customization Revolution

The last two decades were the era of hypermarkets – massive superstores that could dazzle customers with an astonishing array of standardized products. But there are signs that the superstore’s age… read more

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The Dollar’s Long Tail

Even if China replaces the US as the world’s largest economy within a decade, a global anchor currency can be more resilient than the economic and geopolitical dominance of its country of origin.… read more

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The End of Population Growth

The UN forecasts that world population will rise to 9.3 billion in 2050 and surpass 10 billion by the end of this century. But such forecasts misrepresent underlying demographic dynamics: The future… read more

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