World Bank's leadership should empower new chief economist to lead the charge in making the intellectual case for open markets for goods, services, and people
Deena was a passionate believer in research and in the life of the mind more broadly
Every Indian economist who has even a shred of policy pretension aspires to this job
How much tax revenues should prosperous states be expected to transfer to the less well-off? The answer to this question is inevitably political.
Adapting Rythu Bandhu to be the future of social and agricultural policies
The very countries that have spent 70 years building multilateral institutions are busy undermining them
Renewables may be the future, but are they the present?
The saga of Roger Federer's rise and gentle, genteel decline needs to be re-written
Demography affords India a unique opportunity, though it is, by no means, destiny
Economic Survey: Chief Economic Advisor Arvind Subramanian writes exclusively for BS
If we focus on the longue duree, there is promise for the developing world
For long, currency and bank deposits have grown together. Inflation, nominal interest rates hold the key to why they are no longer doing so
In the final part of a series, the authors explain the characteristics of agricultural markets in India and look at the possibilities of setting up a national market for commodities
Amrit Amirapu, Siddharth George & Arvind Subramanian: Transformational sectors - The Indian challenge
'Premature non-industrialisation' has led to industry absorbing scarce skilled labour instead of abundant unskilled labour
In part five of a series, the authors explain that if CRAR is proving to be tricky internationally, exclusive reliance on it in India is perhaps even more fraught with risks