Economy

18th July 2019
ModiNomics 2.0 Agenda

18th July 2019

Macroeconomic stability is a precondition for growth. While, the key macroeconomic indicators pose no significant challenges at the moment, there's never any room for complacency. Recent episodes such as the rupee's fast-paced depreciation in 2018 are a useful reminder of how sudden shocks, such as on account of a spike in oil prices, quickly bring into play structural factors-of which the main factor is the economy's dependence on net oil imports-sending macroeconomic parameters into the 'worry' zone.

18th July 2019
Inclusive Growth Budget

18th July 2019

Given that Nirmala Sitharaman presented her maiden budget against the constraints of slowing growth, limited fiscal space, tepid consumption and investments and global headwinds, she has done a remarkably prudent job by striking balance between fiscal consolidation and supporting inclusive growth.

18th July 2019
RBI under Shaktikanta Das

18th July 2019

In the seven months since Shaktikanta Das took over as the Reserve Bank of India's (RBl) governor on 12 December 2018, there's been a sea change in the image of the central bank and its approach to policy and regulation.

18th July 2019
Cybersecurity - Strategy, Protection and Awareness

18th July 2019

The global cybersecurity threat landscape today is scary. As a nation, we are losing almost 2.5 per cent of our GDP to cybercrimes. This loss is almost equal to our defence budget of roughly Rs 200,000 crore.

3rd October 2019
State of Governance

Gratitude is the predominant emotion that you come across while interacting with the beneficiaries of Ayushman Bharat. They are almost driven to tears that someone finally cares for the poor of India. This strength of emotion stems from a journey that almost always starts from abject hopelessness and ends in a brighter future.

16th December 2019
From The Editor

Undoubtedly the Indian economy is passing through a challenging phase. It is always easy to harp on problems and give homilies as solutions. But this hardly changes the situation at the ground. This edition of INCLUSION is focused on concrete recommendations to bring the Indian economy back on the path of recovery.

16th December 2019
Road to Recovery of Indian Economy

The Indian economy is passing through a very challenging phase. GDP growth has dropped substantially, unemployment is high, the financial sector remains stressed as a result pace of investments has slowed down. The public discourse has largely been focused on highlighting these problems. Is it all gloom and doom or is there a way out? Negativity prevails over hope due to narratives being spun by a section of 'NRI' economists taking pot-shots from foreign shores. The same set of economists, whose contributions to the present slowdown are well documented have now come out with the so-called 10-point plan to fix the economy. India Economic Forum, organised by SKOCH in November-end 2019 in the national capital, focused on the solutions instead of harping on the problems.

16th December 2019
Time to Save the Economy

The Prime Minister's vision of India becoming a $5 trillion economy by 2024 has inspired every citizen to contribute to this worthy cause. In his words, "If every one of the 130 crore Indians takes one step forward, the country too will go that many steps ahead". The Economic Survey had extended its absolute commitment to this collective endeavour of fructifying the Prime Minister's vision.

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