- Govt to revisit Air India disinvestment plan after oil prices stabilise
- India a 'good place to hide' from trade war for this $10 billion fund
- Over 25.2 mn minority students, 50% girls avail scholarship schemes: Naqvi
- Breach of privacy: Data of 250,000 NEET students being sold online
- EU slaps record $5 billion fine on Google over Android antitrust case
- Courier service start-up to 'Uberise' Mumbai's dabbawala network
- Government increases sugarcane FRP by Rs 20 per quintal to Rs 275
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01-Feb-2014 | Dani Rodrik & Arvind Subramanian
Heads of state and central bank governors allege the policies of central banks in industrial nations are wreaking havoc on emerging market economies
15-Jun-2010 | Dani Rodrik
If others borrowed too much, doesn't it follow that Germans lent excessively?
18-May-2010 | Dani Rodrik
Democracy, nation-state and globalisation can't go together - we can have at the most two at one time
20-Apr-2010 | Dani Rodrik
Successful economies, including the US, have always relied on government policies that promote growth
16-Mar-2010 | Dani Rodrik
IMF¿s change of heart on capital controls is important, but it needs to be followed by further action
16-Feb-2010 | Dani Rodrik
Domestic opposition weakens the prospect of Obama's proposals ever becoming law
19-Jan-2010 | Dani Rodrik
If China attains economic predominance, democracy may well lose its lustre as the global norm
15-Dec-2009 | Dani Rodrik
An appreciating renminbi is likely to deal a serious blow to the Asian giant¿s growth.
17-Nov-2009 | Dani Rodrik
Strauss-Kahn's view that taxes on capital flows are costly and ineffective is unfortunate
13-Oct-2009 | Dani Rodrik
Despite the hue and cry, governments have imposed remarkably few barriers on imports
19-Sep-2009 | Dani Rodrik
The tax would discourage speculation without impacting long-term global investment decisions
11-Aug-2009 | Dani Rodrik
The world needs a Fed chairman instinctively sceptical of financial markets and their social value
14-Jul-2009 | Dani Rodrik
Inability to see the advantages of close state-business relations is the blind spot of modern economic liberalism
16-Jun-2009 | Dani Rodrik
Globalisation should not impose a straitjacket of common rules
12-May-2009 | Dani Rodrik
Developing countries must resume push into tradable goods & services for high growth
13-Apr-2009 | Dani Rodrik
It depends on how IMF chooses to deploy its newfound power
14-Mar-2009 | Dani Rodrik
Hubris creates blind spots. If anything needs fixing, it is the sociology of the profession
11-Feb-2009 | Dani Rodrik
Those who predict capitalism's demise overlook its historical malleability
13-Jan-2009 | Dani Rodrik
Policymakers must shed received wisdom and act pragmatically
16-Dec-2008 | Dani Rodrik
The current crisis provides an opportunity to developing countries to redraw the contours of global trade.
12-Nov-2008 | Dani Rodrik
Deprived of liquidity, several hitherto healthy economies could become victims of deep crises.
14-Oct-2008 | Dani Rodrik
What caused credit markets to seize up was Henry Paulson's refusal to bail out Lehman Brothers.
16-Sep-2008 | Dani Rodrik
Long-term success still depends on what happens at home rather than abroad.
06-Aug-2008 | Dani Rodrik
Will they or won’t they? Will the world’s trade ministers eventually sign a new multilateral trade agreement that reduces agricultural subsidies and industrial tariffs, or will they walk
15-Jul-2008 | Dani Rodrik
The old globalisation model is unsustainable. The world economy awaits its new Keynes.