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Populists and productivity - Nouriel Roubini, Mint
Since the global financial crisis erupted in 2008, productivity growth in the advanced economies—the US, Europe and Japan—has been very slow both in absolute terms and relative to previous decades. But this is at odds with the view, prevailing in Silicon Valley and other global technology hubs, that we are entering a golden era of innovation, which will radically increase productivity growth and improve the way we live and work. So, why haven’t those gains appeared, and what might happen if they don’t?
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Some good, some bad news for the economy - Shivaji Sarkar, Pioneer
India’s economic prowess and IMF forecast - Sudhir Hindwan, Pioneer
Walmart nears Flipkart deal, Amazon push fails - Times of India
Idea-Vodafone deal may hit Infratel revenues - Economic Times
Income tax department wants to know a little bit more about you - Economic Times
New visions in Make in India - Hima Bindu Kota, Pioneer
PNB scam: Why it's time to change the way fraud cases are handled in India - Economic Times
Telecom war takes heavy toll on govt earnings - Pankaj Doval, Times of India
Tackle regional disparity in FDI - Hima Bindu Kota, Pioneer
Growth engine gets twin boost from IIP, CPI data - Economic Times
What India’s return as fastest growing emerging economy really means - Times of India
The big bank loot: Rs 12.7k crore, & still counting - Economic Times
Recovering loans, people’s trust - Shivaji Sarkar, Pioneer
Coal calling - Pioneer
Electric vehicle tech needs strong push - Kota Sriraj, Pioneer
Budget prism needs change - Shivaji Sarkar, Pioneer
Budget 2018 has ensured the return of protectionism - Arvind Panagariya, ET
Revolution and regression - Surjit S Bhalla, Indian Express
7th Pay Commission: Central govt employees will not get arrears on pay hike? - Zee News
Economy grew 7.1% in FY17, but core sectors are still sputtering - Business Line
Allow tax cuts to alleviate woes - Hima Bindu Kota, Pioneer
Spurring financial growth - Kalpesh J Mehta, Pioneer
Why GST looks better in so many ways - Sunil Jain, Financial Express
Talking shop - Pioneer
Why government must cut corporate tax rate to 25%, incentivise jobs - TV Mohandas Pai & S Krishnan, Financial Express
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