Business/Economy
How to get India’s macroeconomic, microeconomic policies right - Nirvikar Singh, Financial Express
In India, as elsewhere, crafting good macroeconomic policy is difficult. Measurement of aggregates such as output and inflation is fraught with challenges, and it is hard to build reliable models of the entire economy. A few years ago, there was a somewhat heated debate among prominent economists about the merits of GDP growth as a prime objective of economic policy in India, with claims made for promoting “inclusive” growth and even non-GDP measures of well-being such as health and education outcomes.
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Talking shop - Pioneer
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Maintain the integrity of India's telecom ecosystem - Vivan Sharan & SidharthDeb, Pioneer
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First time in 14 months, credit to industry expands - Sandeep Singh, Indian Express
Why RBI has placed Bank of India under prompt corrective action - Abhijit Lele, Business Standard
Ensure corporate accountability - A Surya Prakash, Pioneer
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GDP growth breaks 5-Q slide - Madhusudan Sahoo, Pioneer
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