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Ila Patnaik The Indian Express Group

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Greasing our shock absorbers

Thursday 3 February '11

The three reforms that will insulate India from the bumpiness of foreign capital moving in and out.
Making sense of capital flows

Saturday 29 January '11

RBI has expressed concerns about the composition of capital flows.
The onionís layers

Thursday 13 January '11

Higher rates and less spending are needed to tackle food inflation.
So much they donít know

Monday 3 January '11

The RBIís top priority for 2011 should be research.
Causes and no effects

Monday 20 December '10

The RBI needs a strategy to reduce inflationary expectations
The European scare

Thursday 9 December '10

Why India should be deeply worried about economies elsewhere?
Consumed by America

Monday 29 November '10

If the dollar does not depreciate, we face a long, painful global recession
Sailing past QE2

Thursday 11 November '10

Floating rupee and domestic demand give India the strength to take a long-term view.
Pegged to the present

Friday 29 October '10

India needs to rethink its position on the Chinese yuan policy.
Current account caution

Friday 8 October '10

Acting on the deficit may carry more costs than benefits
Wages of inflation

Friday 17 September '10

We must move towards a credible framework to deliver low and stable inflation.
The two-decade gap

Monday 6 September '10

Why we need to urgently begin cleaning up the capital control regime.
All the way to the bank

Saturday 14 August '10

The RBIís discussion of new banks shows a welcome willingness for debate about risk-mitigation
Letís talk about inflation

Monday 9 August '10

What the RBI governor should have said about the role of the central bank
Transmission lines

Monday 26 July '10

We need to create another mechanism to control prices....
The Mauritius code

Monday 12 July '10

Why we need to move towards sensible tax treaties with major countries....
Gaining currency

Thursday 24 June '10

Political pressure to peg the rupee has reduced, RBI can focus on controlling inflation....
Futureís rupees

Saturday 5 June '10

The RBI seems to have finally shifted to a market-determined exchange rate....
BSST in class

Monday 24 May '10

BRIC is a meaningless group. Letís learn from countries more like us...
Soon, there will be one

Monday 3 May '10

On the issue of unit linked insurance plans and their regulation by SEBI or IRDA, the Supreme Court has remarked, ďWhy not appoint a super-regulator?Ē

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