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  • East Asia Forum

    Creating architecture to sustain Asia’s spectacular progress

    Author: Wendy Dobson, University of Toronto Economic institutions, international and national, are key factors in Asian development strategies. Those economies which have exhausted the growth gained from the traditional mobilisation of capital and labour are now reforming the supply-side institutions that encourage new sources of growth from innovation and productivity. Looking to the fu...more

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  • Ajay Shah's blog

    Monetary Policy Framework Agreement: The first clarification of what RBI is to do

    Our flawed inheritance The Chamberlain Commission (1914) and the Hilton-Young Commission (1926) led to the drafting of the RBI Act. This was introduced in January 1927 and enacted in March 1934. The RBI Act does not state what the objective of RBI is. The authors of this Act were quite honest about what they were doing: PREAMBLE An Act to constitute a Reserve Bank of India. Whereas...more

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  • Atanu Dey On India's Development

    People I Admire – Part Doh

    After I wrote that post on “People I Admire“, I began thinking that I should start listing my heroes. So let’s make this a series. Here’s part 2 of the series. I will mention two people. One of them used to be my neighbor at the Convent. Did you know that I spent one year at the Convent? Yes I did, although it was naturally not a functioning convent when I lived t...more

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  • Ajay Shah's blog

    Monetary Policy Framework Agreement: The first clarification of what RBI is to do

    Our flawed inheritance The Chamberlain Commission (1914) and the Hilton-Young Commission (1926) led to the drafting of the RBI Act. This was introduced in January 1927 and enacted in March 1934. The RBI Act does not state what the objective of RBI is. The authors of this Act were quite honest about what they were doing: PREAMBLE An Act to constitute a Reserve Bank of India. Whereas...more

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  • Atanu Dey On India's Development

    People I Admire – Part Doh

    After I wrote that post on “People I Admire“, I began thinking that I should start listing my heroes. So let’s make this a series. Here’s part 2 of the series. I will mention two people. One of them used to be my neighbor at the Convent. Did you know that I spent one year at the Convent? Yes I did, although it was naturally not a functioning convent when I lived t...more

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  • Ajay Shah's blog

    Interpreting the BJP's 2015 budget

    The BJP, armed with a clear majority in the Lok Sabha, with the desire to break with Nehruvian socialism, was expected to unveil a game plan for structural changes from here till 2019. In large part, Budget 2015 does not rise to the challenge. It has some good elements, and with good execution, they will make an important difference. But an array of important and pressing problems have b...more

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Richard has published papers on wages policy, the taxation of financial arrangements and macroeconomic issues in Pacific island countries. Views expressed in these articles are his own and may not be shared by his employing agency. He is the author of How to Solve the European Economic Crisis: Challenging orthodoxy and creating new policy paradigms