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C.P. Chandrasekhar, Jayati Ghosh
Tuesday 11 April, 2017
After four decades of financial reform China’s banking sector is still dominated by publicly owned institutions. But continuity in ownership does not mean that banking behaviour does not change.
Thomas Franco
Friday 17 February, 2017
Business Standard, Editorial of 15.02.2017 titled, ‘Chasing rainbows- Banks Board Bureau is conspicuous by its inaction’, Economic Times article on the same day, ‘ESOPs for star performers at State-run Banks in the Works’ and the Finance Ministry’s news that they will soon announce Indra Dhanush – 2, made me to think
C.P. Chandrasekhar
Monday 04 January, 2016
The decision to privatise IDBI Bank is the beginning of a larger process of denationalisation of banking in India that would lead to exclusionary banking structure most unsuited to India’s development needs.
C.P. Chandrasekhar, Jayati Ghosh
 
Tuesday 24 March, 2015
The push to recapitalise public sector banks by raising capital through equity issues, on the grounds that Basel III needs make it unavoidable, may be a route to privatisation.
Oscar Ugarteche
Friday 25 July, 2014
The BRICS Bank would be less vulnerable if it used non dollar denominated bonds similar to those established by the World Bank in the 1980's.
Oscar Ugarteche
Friday 25 July, 2014
Given that the BRICS countries all have first tier development banks implies that they also have development bankers who can bring their expertise to the New Development Bank.
Lim Mah Hui
 
Thursday 29 May, 2014
In this note the author defines shadow banking and then explains its spread and drivers as well as its benefits and risks in South-East Asia.
C.P. Chandrasekhar
Tuesday 25 February, 2014
The Urjit Patel recommendations for RBI to pursue the single objective of inflation targeting via interest rate control follows textbook Neo Keynesian model that belie recent experiences.
Jayati Ghosh
Friday 21 February, 2014
The pushing through of private infrastructure projects without due regard to regulatory requirements is unjust, socially disruptive and exposes the economy to financial risks.
C.P. Chandrasekhar
Wednesday 12 February, 2014
While RBI argues that its recent move aims at preventing counterfeit of currency notes, this can serve as an easy way of converting large volumes of black money into white.
 

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