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C.P. Chandrasekhar
Wednesday 04 July, 2018
The financial crisis and a subsequent period of recession affecting the majority population in economies points to the fact that neoliberal economic policy might have lost its legitimacy. On the contrast, a change in mood with Brexit and Trump's victory might not be subsequent setbacks with a new aggression on part of the neoliberal elite. Today, across the world, big business is attempting to influence economic decision-making in ways that can save the neoliberal project from collapse.
Prabhat Patnaik
Monday 11 June, 2018
Historically, the push for bank privatizationwhich has gathered momentum with a rise in tendencies to take to neo-liberal policies. The arguments for privatization have been put forward time and time again, depending on economic circumstances. As international finance capital demands outright privatization to control financial resources and popularizes the conception of social interest best served through free finance, the NPA crisis in India has become the justification of the day.
Andrew Cornford
Saturday 02 June, 2018
Andrew Cornford enlists a bibliography on finance and related aspects such as financial risk management and regulation, including the broader intellectual and political contexts of various subjects.
C.P. Chandrasekhar
Tuesday 29 May, 2018
Walmart’s purchase of a dominant 77 per cent stake in Flipkart is reportedly the biggest acquisition in the global e-commerce area and is seen as indicative of India’s importance in the world economy.The acquisition at an unwarranted premium and valuation has been seen as a move to increase its market share that the company has lost to Amazon by utilizing the dominance of Flipkart.
C.P. Chandrasekhar, Jayati Ghosh
Tuesday 30 January, 2018
Indian banking today is at a tipping point. Banks are burdened with non-performing assets, incurring significant losses due to provisioning and unable to sustain credit growth, and therefore changes are both necessary and inevitable.
C.P. Chandrasekhar, Jayati Ghosh
Thursday 14 September, 2017
A brief decline in portfolio inflows into equity markets has raised the question whether foreign investment flows into India have peaked. The evidence of investments in debt markets suggest otherwise. That, however, need not be all good news.
Andrew Cornford
Monday 04 September, 2017
Trade Finance: Effects Of The Basel Capital Framework and Other Regulatory Developments
C.P. Chandrasekhar
Thursday 29 June, 2017
The policy shifts of the reform era have not been in favor of agriculture. Trade liberalisation, deregulation and a greater role for market forces have not benefited the farmer, who is trapped in a persisting crisis. It is time for today’s policy makers to recognise their own disconnect, and learn from the evidence at hand.
Prabhat Patnaik
Thursday 25 May, 2017
The advance GDP estimates for 2016-17, however calculated, show a grim picture of the economy. The real per capita income of the agriculture-dependent population, which constitutes half the country's populace, has remained stagnant or even marginally declined during the three years of the Modi government. While the pursuit of neoliberal policies can be held responsible for this, treating the aggregate growth as a “great achievement” for political mileage is unwarranted.
Jan Kregel
Thursday 18 May, 2017
Jan Kregel speaks on International Symposium on Global Redistribution and the Challenges of Financing Development held at ISS on 16 and 17 February 2017.
 

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