The latest refusal to cut rates, and the MPC’s decision to decline meeting with finance ministry officials before its deliberations on monetary policy, will be hailed by those who are interested in good governance.
The confused narrative surrounding post-demonetisation growth consequences shows that we simply don’t have enough hard data on the non-agriculture, unorganised portion of India’s economy.
In the absence of working and effective infrastructure, cash transfers cannot ensure that the poor and those most at risk will get the quality of life they deserve.
In a recent discussion in Washington, the chief economic adviser talked on Aadhaar failure rates, pushing Universal Basic Income forward and how demonetisation’s popular response humbled him.
Everyone knows why the previous governor of RBI had to leave. Urjit Patel understands the circumstances under which he assumed charge but has still risen to the occasion.
An accurate report card or an exercise in theatrics? The Economic Survey takes a look at the current scenario and the financial future ahead.