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C.P. Chandrasekhar
Monday 19 November, 2012
Given that accessing foreign equity to enhance bank's capital is possible within the existing regulatory framework, there is no case for altering the current RBI rules.
C.P. Chandrasekhar, Jayati Ghosh
Wednesday 05 September, 2012
Recent Asian experience suggests that financial proliferation adversely affects the real economy more from the demand side through the debt-financed household expenditure.
Matias Vernengo, Esteban Perez Caldentey
Friday 31 August, 2012
This paper suggests a role of fiscal agent for the monetary authority and debunks the self-regulated view of the economy in central banking after the Great Depression.
Y.V. Reddy
Thursday 12 July, 2012
Integrated regulation, competition and ownership along with enhanced monitoring and supplementary use of fiscal tools in the financial sector can be helpful to the economy.
Levy Economics Institute
Wednesday 02 May, 2012
This monograph traces the roots of the US financial crisis in a typical Minsky Debt deflation like condition and attempts a possible solution.
Levy Economics Institute
Wednesday 02 May, 2012
The current regulatory approach embodied in Dodd-Frank neither limits the creation of fictitious liquidity nor redirects that liquidity for financing capital development.
C.P. Chandrasekhar
Thursday 19 April, 2012
In a first for India, a minority foreign investor (a hedge fund) in a public sector company challenged the right of the government to pursue policies of national interest.
Ilene Grabel
Wednesday 11 April, 2012
The paper argues that the current crisis is proving to be productive of institutional experimentation in the realm of financial architecture(s) in the developing world.
Jayati Ghosh
Monday 09 April, 2012
The emergence of BRICS as a global economic entity offers scope for democratizing the entire process of South-South Co-operation that till date has been mainly corporate led.
Jose Gabriel Palma
Wednesday 04 April, 2012
The first two of recent three cycles of capital inflows in Latin America ended in financial crises-mostly due to over-liquid and under-regulated financial markets.
 

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