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18-Jul-2018 | Ajay Chhibber & Pragati Srivastava
As global giants embark on a trade war, pygmies in global trade like India may either get crushed or, if they play smartly, be able to increase their market share
21-Jun-2018 | Ajay Chhibber
The government unveiled a series of half-hearted measures to address it and kept kicking the can down the road
09-Apr-2018 | Ajay Chhibber
The Terms of Reference of the 15th Finance Commission might undermine positive momentum towards 'cooperative federalism'
03-Jan-2018 | Ajay Chhibber
PM will surely exhort Davos crowd this month to come help make New India. 'Make in India' is great slogan, but more of what we buy, or what the rest of the world buys is not yet being 'Made in India'
12-Dec-2017 | Ajay Chhibber
The time to tread water will come next year in the run-up to 2019 elections
25-Sep-2017 | Ajay Chhibber
With high interest rates, and a low risk of depreciation, portfolio inflows have risen sharply, leading to the appreciation of the rupee
11-Nov-2016 | Ajay Chhibber
Shashi Tharoor's history of the colonial era will reignite thinking on the nature of British rule in India
20-Aug-2016 | Ajay Chhibber
Given the key role of states and PSUs in the economy, the panel that is reviewing FRBM Act must examine the broader public sector's finances, and not focus purely on the Centre's fiscal deficit
14-May-2016 | Ajay Chhibber
Sustained GDP growth of eight to nine per cent will be possible only if India's investment rate, which has dropped below 30 per cent, climbs back above 35 per cent
22-Sep-2015 | Ajay Chhibber
India's economic team must get less conservative and improve co-ordination
14-Mar-2015 | Ajay Chhibber
Incrementalism can only work if subsequent Budgets and opportunities in between Budgets are used to reform as well
27-Dec-2014 | Ajay Chhibber
What are the reforms needed in 2015 to help achieve eight per cent-plus growth?
27-Sep-2014 | Ajay Chhibber
Make schemes mobile and portable, by focusing on people and not products
20-Sep-2014 | Ajay Chhibber
The Reserve Bank of India can affect neither growth nor inflation. Keep the focus on real-sector reform
19-Jul-2014 | Ajay Chhibber
The Budget wisely refrained from excessive ambition - but it prepared the ground for lift-off later
17-May-2014 | Ajay Chhibber
A seven-point agenda to fix India's public services, and overcome poorly designed systems
04-Jan-2014 | Ajay Chhibber
2013 will go down as an "annus horriblis" for the Indian economy. Instead of a growth rate over 10 per cent and inflation under 5 per cent we have the reverse. GDP growth is struggling under 5 per cent and inflation is now well over 10 per cent - ...
02-Nov-2013 | Ajay Chhibber
Unlike China, India did not reform its bureaucracy and administration, and is now paying the price for this in terms of reduced growth
05-Oct-2013 | Ajay Chhibber
Food inflation must be managed by supply-side factors, but on the demand side the burden must not be on monetary policy alone - fiscal policy must play a key role as well
21-Sep-2013 | Ajay Chhibber
The rupee, which had overshot, is now recovering again as the concerns over the current account deficit (CAD) are reduced and the Reserve Bank of India, under a new governor, has provided the markets with some assurance that India will not revert ...
10-Aug-2013 | Ajay Chhibber
Gujarat has twice as much poverty as Kerala, and a four times higher rate of under-five mortality. Despite lower growth, Kerala has shown a faster rate of poverty reduction than Gujarat, which is behind on social indicatorsWhat India needs to scale ...
14-Apr-2013 | Ajay Chhibber
Rising CAD, low growth & inflation may spark off an economic disaster
18-Nov-2012 | Ajay Chhibber
A strong global recovery needs deeper micro-economic reforms, especially in Europe and India
13-May-2012 | Ajay Chhibber
It must reduce poverty and increase prosperity - all while leaving a smaller carbon footprint
28-Aug-2011 | Ajay Chhibber
The country’s policymakers cannot complacently assume that India will remain on a high growth path; with the global economy wobbling again, they need to continuously pursue vital reforms.