Jahangir Aziz The Indian Express Group

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Donít go for gold

Tuesday 29 October '13

Misdiagnosis and policy errors created alarm about the current account deficit.
Step back into the ring

Tuesday 16 July '13

On the rupee, the RBI needs to rethink its armís length policy
An audacity deficit

Monday 15 April '13

The problem is not that monetary policy is too tight, but that it was tightened too late
No policy steroids needed

Saturday 16 February '13

Clearing the backlog of project approvals, completing the unfinished reform agenda and putting the budget on a path of steady consolidation are daunting enough tasks
Riddle of the 5.3 per cent

Monday 10 December '12

To restore growth, India must reform the institutions that govern the economy
After the fireworks

Thursday 11 October '12

Low-key reforms, more than FDI and fuel price hikes, would yield dividends
Just do it

Thursday 31 May '12

Begin by admitting that the problem lies not in Greece but at home
All that remains undone

Saturday 17 March '12

After so much, itís only a 0.1 per cent of GDP consolidation
Itís not all gloom

Thursday 16 February '12

Policy will decide if growth slowdown is a cyclical or structural problem
Do we need an undervalued rupee?

Friday 15 October '10

As the rupee has appreciated in recent months, the calls for RBI intervention have become increasingly shrill. I donít have any real problems with such calls except when they are based on faith rather...
First manage the recovery

Monday 18 May '09

The government should focus on a durable plan instead of going into immediate overdrive


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