Changing styles of the Survey

The volume along with critical reviews of the macro economy, credit and finance commission has some sections and chapters with catchy headlines to sync with Modi's style of promotion

From plain white to colourful pictures and complex diagrams on the cover page, the Union government's Economic Surveys have literally changed colours to reflect the thinking and style of the chief economic advisors in the ministry of finance. Even so, Arvind Subramanian's two-part maiden effort reflects Prime Minister Narendra Modi's thinking, too. Read our full coverage on Union Budget A line graph in brown and green giving a comparison of gross domestic product (GDP) growth in India and China is not the only bold statement. A flip through the first volume shows why he ...