December 13, 2018
India -- retreat of liberal economics
New central bank chief will likely bring less independence and more obedience to Modi's policy demands.
November 19, 2018
The Binary Babel of RBI Versus Government
The RBI cannot confuse de facto operational independence with de jure policy independence.
November 12, 2018
T. N. Srinivasan: An economist for all seasons
The death of T. N. Srinivasan, the iconoclast who laid the intellectual groundwork for India’s economic reforms, marks the end of an era
November 09, 2018
The raid on the RBI balance sheet
The specific conditions of individual countries matter when it comes to determining whether central bank capital is adequate
October 08, 2018
Ill winds blow on Mint Road
The appointment of S. Gurumurthy to the RBI board suggests that the government is abandoning conventional economics in favour of its putative Indic alternative
January 29, 2018
The Myth of the Myth of ‘Jobless Growth’
We cannot say whether Prime Minister Narendra Modi has yet been successful in his promise to boost job creation in India.
August 20, 2017
Cut the Monetary Policy Committee Some Slack
Why has India's Monetary Policy Committee erred on overestimating inflation in the last two interest rate-setting decisions?
November 01, 2016
The $2 Trillion Survey
The RBI surveys more than 5,000 households every quarter across 18 cities and towns about their short and long-term inflation expectations. Praveen Chakravarty, Visiting Senior Fellow at IDFC Institute investigates to what extent the inflation expe...
September 04, 2016
The Roots of Inflation in India
The article talks about inflation targeting and delves into what causes inflation
August 30, 2016
Coraggio, governor Patel!
The article speaks about Urijit Patel as the new RBI governor