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C.P. Chandrasekhar
Monday 28 October, 2013
Recent measures by the RBI and the government emulate the path of fuelling growth by easy credit for specific sectors but that path is fraught with the risk of bank fragility.
C.P. Chandrasekhar
 
Thursday 17 October, 2013
The US shut down reflects the extent to which finance capital controlled Right is ready to go to prevent any progressive social sector agenda even in the post crisis scenario.
Rohit
Thursday 03 October, 2013
The article analyses the reasons behind the poor performance of the Indian economy in the recent past and suggests measures for way out of the current crisis.
C.P. Chandrasekhar, Jayati Ghosh
Tuesday 01 October, 2013
While speculation of a looming banking crisis in China is not without basis, the fact that its big banks are publicly owned and serve the goals set by the state is ignored.
Prabhat Patnaik
Tuesday 10 September, 2013
Current account deficit is a major reason behind lack of demand and slowdown. Government spending on food security can boost demand for domestic goods and chance of a revival.
C.P. Chandrasekhar, Jayati Ghosh
Wednesday 04 September, 2013
The crisis engulfing the Indian economy is expected to affect the corporates and the infrastructural projects burdened with large debt, impacting the Indian banking sector.
C.P. Chandrasekhar
Thursday 29 August, 2013
The timing of the rupee's dramatic decline seems to be caused by a spillover of speculation-driven price trends in the currency derivative markets into the rupee spot market.
Kunibert Raffer
Thursday 29 August, 2013
The recovery process of the Euro crisis highlights the problem of official lenders like the IMF enforcing preference for their own loans, which is economically dangerous.
Jayati Ghosh
Tuesday 27 August, 2013
The ongoing slide of the value of the Rupee is an inevitable outcome of the debt-driven consumption bubble based growth model that the country had been pursuing.
C.P. Chandrasekhar
Thursday 08 August, 2013
The rising incidence of bank frauds in India breaks the myth that better accounting standards and stringent disclosure requirements post-liberalisation would discourage fraud.
 

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