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Why are some economists sceptical about demonetisation? |

Why are some economists sceptical about demonetisation? |

More than a fortnight since the demonetisation but the debate rages on - has this been a bold and historical move to destroy black money or a colossal misstep that has put millions of Indians in deep trouble? The government has given itself a pat on ... Sify, 1 week ago

Top 10 in Indian non-fiction books: More reasons to skip Chetan Bhagat

It is that time of the year when newspapers, magazines and websites get around to making top 10 lists on various things in the year that was. So here is my list for the top 10 books in the Indian non fiction category (The books appear in a random ...
 Firstpost.com1 week ago

The case for sound money

Over the course of history, trust in fiat currency has most often been weakened by erratic and high inflation, and shattered after episodes of hyperinflation The debate around the recent demonetization of high-denomination currency notes has once ...
 Livemint.com1 week ago

Narendra Modi's most disruptive economic step till date has unleashed a furious debate among economists

It has been a rough week for millions in India. Eight days after the Narendra Modi government decided to demonetise 86% of India's currency notes by value, many are still braving the heat and cold waiting outside thousands of ATMs across the ...
 Quartz2 weeks ago India: Anger over rupee demonetisation  Middle East Insurance Review2 weeks ago 'Bad economics'  BBC2 weeks ago India currency move is 'bad economics'  BBC2 weeks ago

A return to Reaganomics?

There is a real prospect that Donald Trump will return to a suitably modified version of the Mundell-Laffer policy mix Could the election of Donald Trump to the US presidency presage a return to the Mundell-Laffer policy mix? Known variously as ...
 Livemint.com2 weeks ago

Free trade's false friends

Advocates for global corporate interests have opportunistically seized the mantle of free trade, and academic economists have largely remained on the sidelines Is globalism dead? was the title of one of my recent Mint columns (1 August). With the ...
 Livemint.com3 weeks ago

The kool-aid of negative rates

Negative nominal interest rates penalize ordinary savers while enriching (at least temporarily) those who invest in bubble-prone assets I have in these pages criticized on more than one occasion the unconventional monetary policies (UMPs) of ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago

Leave Pakistan's MFN status intact

India can legitimately claim the moral high ground in fulfilling WTO obligations while Pakistan does not In the midst of rising tensions in the wake of the Uri attack, some in India are calling for the withdrawal by India of the most favoured nation ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago

Jagdish Bhagwati and trade issues today

Trade liberalization in the context of an emerging economy must be premised on the relationship of openness to economic growth I had the pleasure recently of participating in a conference at Columbia University in New York, organized by my great ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago

Central bankers need new tools

Far from being a stabilizer, the system of flexible exchange rates has led to increased global volatility India's new monetary policy regime has finally taken institutional shape, with the inaugural meeting of the recently constituted Monetary ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago
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