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Pallavi Chavan
Thursday 21 November, 2013
Capital formation in agriculture in recent past suffered due to overemphasis on short-term and indirect credit, but this may prove to be costly for future sectoral growth.
Milford Bateman
Thursday 19 September, 2013
The article argues that microfinance destroyed economic and social policy intervention and gave impetus to an adverse 'anti-development' trajectory in Latin America.
Jayati Ghosh
Friday 13 September, 2013
The author reviews the effectiveness of microfinance in developing countries by studying the experience of the state of Andhra Pradesh in India.
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
Tuesday 14 May, 2013
The shift from debt-financed public expenditure to debt-financed private expenditure-led growth in India has resulted in increased dependence on foreign capital and vulnerability.
Jan Kregel
Thursday 17 January, 2013
Prof. Jan Kregel traces the history of developmental finance in the context of Latin America and talks about possibilities in the post crisis scenario.
Jayati Ghosh
Monday 12 November, 2012
Apart from the paltry amount, UK aid to India does not even help in filling the gaps in particular development concerns that are evident in official or other local spending.
Syed Akmal Hussain
Sunday 19 August, 2012
Chronic problem of Pakistan's aid dependency is in its economic structure of low domestic savings rates and limited capacity to earn foreign exchange revenues via exports.
Jayati Ghosh
Wednesday 08 August, 2012
Contrary to mainstream arguments, financial sector growth beyond a point is actually detrimental for economic growth as small scale industries find it hard to access credit.
Jayati Ghosh
Tuesday 13 March, 2012
Recent Bilateral Investment Treaties, signed by India, can have far-reaching and typically negative implications because of the sweeping protections afforded to investors.



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