Pragmatism, perseverance, patience, persistence - and a lot of detailed work
The Economic Survey acknowledges that the current slowdown is entirely due to slippage in industrial growth. As a consequence, despite highest-ever foodgrain production, the annual GDP growth for the current financial year will be one of the lowest ...
Smaller states facilitate better governance and, strangely, help strengthen federalism
Labour disputes are a manifestation of the global struggle of the working classes to gain a larger share of growth
China?s surplus foreign exchange reserves and India?s long-term fund requirement complement each other
Unless electoral reforms are fully implemented, a piecemeal step can be both counterproductive and dangerous
Is sustained corporate profitability simply the flip side of the fiscal mess
The coexistence of both job and labour shortages points to the urgent need to tweak the scheme and reform labour laws
Charles Ferguson's film Inside Job reveals the seamy side of academia
Optimal extraction of non-renewable resources might require that those rights be offered through auctions. But not always
In the entire history of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), there have been only two or three economists who rose to become Deputy Governors in charge of monetary policy. Savak Tarapore is one of them. His long and distinguished career at the RBI, ...
Ominously low levels of trust capital need to be urgently revived
We cannot let it become conventional wisdom that the poor eating well is contributing to food inflation
Rising income and wealth inequality needs a correction
China's treatment of General Electric and the BJP illustrates Deng's pragmatic philosophy