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Prasenjit Bose,Zico Dasgupta,Rohit Azad
Monday 07 August, 2017
The Indian growth story of the 2000s’ cannot be over-simplistically explained as a result of “market-oriented” reforms. Public sector bank credit-financed investments, particularly in the infrastructure sector, played a significant role in sustaining growth, most crucially after the global economic crisis. Such a growth trajectory, however, proved to be unsustainable with the expansionary phase coming to an end in 2011–12 and bad loans piling up in the banking system.
C.P. Chandrasekhar
Wednesday 30 March, 2016
Substantial accumulation of bad debt in the domestic banking systems of India and China seems to be proving too heavy a burden to bear when the good times are disappearing.
C.P. Chandrasekhar
Friday 19 February, 2016
While presenting a positive picture of the Pakistan economy the IMF conceals the fact that Pakistan’s role as an on-and-off strategic partner of the US has undermined its ability to find an independently funded growth strategy.
C.P. Chandrasekhar
Wednesday 14 October, 2015
The recent rate cut by the RBI reflects a shift in its policy stance and signals that it has accepted that the biggest threat in India today is not inflation, but deflation.
C.P. Chandrasekhar,Jayati Ghosh
Wednesday 15 April, 2015
Official satisfaction with the decision by Moody’s to raise India’s sovereign rating may be ignoring the possibility that the agency missed an important source of vulnerability.
Jan Kregel
Wednesday 30 July, 2014
Minsky argued for a dynamic regulatory structure to deal with financial instability; the key is to regulate the growth of assets relative to the GDP growth for a country.
C.P. Chandrasekhar
Friday 01 February, 2013
As evidence suggests, the Chinese economy is experiencing a reversal of the trajectory of high growth driven by excess investment; there is a shift towards consumption now.
 

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