Ila Patnaik The Indian Express Group
Thursday 2 January '14APMC acts impair the freedoms of farmers and consumers.
Tuesday 17 December '13Food inflation owes largely to agricultural markets being regulated by outdated laws.
Tuesday26 November '13There are no more stroke-of-the-pen economic reforms, no shortcuts.
Wednesday13 November '13We need to prepare for the end of QE. Keeping inflation low is our best bet.
Thursday24 October '13Before the next wave of volatility, emerging markets must set their house in order.
Wednesday16 October '13India must lift restrictions on foreign investment in rupee denominated debt
Tuesday24 September '13It needs a well-defined objective and policy instrument.
Wednesday18 September '13It should slash interest rates, stop worrying about inflation or the rupee.
Tuesday3 September '13Volatility is inevitable. India should prepare its response to the winding up of QE
Monday19 August '13Rupee defence strategy has deepened the gathering gloom on the India growth story.
Monday5 August '13It should be left to an independent central bank with a clear brief and instruments
Wednesday10 July '13To shore up rupee, policy must boost domestic productivity, assure foreign investors
Friday14 June '13Is the BJP ready for a new economic philosophy? Can Modi give it?
Tuesday4 June '13The RBI board makes no attempt to review its regulatory failures
Wednesday8 May '13To protect investors, make the formal financial system more accessible and attractive
Tuesday30 April '13Its tilt to consumption-led growth is good news for India and the global economy
Thursday11 April '13Consumer protection should be at the heart of the financial regulatory framework
Wednesday20 March '13The system of capital controls must be re-examined and rationalised
Tuesday5 March '13How a Congress-friendly budget also addresses the markets
Tuesday26 February '13Finance minister must strike a balance between poll pressures and imperatives of reform
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