Ila Patnaik The Indian Express Group
Monday 12 September '11Why it’s short-sighted to ask for RBI intervention to help exports
Thursday 1 September '11Why dispersed shareholding is crucial for a healthy bank?
Thursday11 August '11India can’t be insulated from a global slowdown, and must prepare for difficult times.
Tuesday2 August '11To reap the growth potential, we need reform in delivery of public goods.
Thursday21 July '11Agriculture ministry red-flags a design flaw in NREGA
Monday11 July '11Put off fundamental reforms any longer, and it is over.
Wednesday29 June '11Why the government’s two-step on fuel prices makes perfect sense
Monday20 June '11Why monetary policy has a role in the kind of inflation India is experiencing?
Wednesday8 June '11Want to stop black money? Start with a goods and services tax.
Monday30 May '11Why RBI needs to take a careful look at its inflation measures
Thursday19 May '11Subbarao’s latest turf war highlights the crisis of leadership in the RBI.
Friday6 May '11RBI has to be more clear on its role in targeting inflation
Wednesday27 April '11Why the RBI needs to target inflation better?
Saturday16 April '11India’s capital controls are unusually extensive — and still failed under pressure
Tuesday5 April '11The child sex ratio is a reminder of the unfinished agenda of economic and governance reform.
Saturday26 March '11India has outgrown some aspects of an emerging market, but not completely
Monday14 March '11Why the RBI must tighten monetary policy significantly.
Wednesday2 March '11Budget 2011 shows India’s refusal to draw the wrong lessons on capital controls.
Wednesday23 February '11Progress on the GST in the budget would indicate the UPA’s priorities.
Friday11 February '11Why we need to shift focus from the wholesale price to consumer price index.
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