#Bimal Jalan

1 Oct 2014
India's Administrative System: An Unresponsive Frontier

It was felt and highlighted that the 'policy paralysis' and lack of reform impetus in macroeconomic policies led to the downward spiral in the business and mass sentiments, eventually led to an alarming level of deceleration in economic growth. The UPA-II regime was blamed for that, which was justified to an extent too, but somewhere there is a need is to see the real stumbling blocks.

17 Sep 2014
Time to abolish financial advisers to end 'action paralysis'

One of the major pending economic reforms in India is related to the process and management of expenditure. The government has appointed a panel called Expenditure Management Commission under the chairmanship of former Reserve Bank of India (RBI) governor Bimal Jalan to look into the various aspects of expenditure reforms and suggest ways to improve fiscal discipline.