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Impact of Liberalisation

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
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.
C.P. Chandrasekhar
Friday 21 June, 2013
Rapid dilution of equity ownership in the nationalised banks suggests that India's public banking system is only a short step away from coming under private control.
C.P. Chandrasekhar, Jayati Ghosh
Friday 14 June, 2013
While liberalisation was expected to encourage Indian financial sector diversification, the actual experience has been different.
C.P. Chandrasekhar
Wednesday 12 June, 2013
By issuing new guidelines, the RBI has sought to ring-fence banking activity, to ensure regulatory control and keep the number of new entrants low and their intent clean.
C.P. Chandrasekhar
Tuesday 11 June, 2013
The government of India is forced to appease international credit rating agencies and give their demands priority over national issues.
Andrew Cornford
Tuesday 28 May, 2013
The author reviews the latest book by Y.V. Reddy, titled 'Economic Policies and India's Reform Agenda New Thinking', on governance of the global financial and monetary system.
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.
Prasenjit Bose
Monday 29 April, 2013
The measures to attract additional debt inflows into the Indian economy to finance its widening current account deficit will only enhance its external vulnerability.
 

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