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Collusion in government and corruption
(Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics, 2009-11-10)
Politicians require bureaucrats to implement policies. Due to information asymmetry about who is to be considered a beneficiary of policy screening devices like red tape are used. This results in opportunism by individuals ...
Globalization's underbelly: capital flows and the Indian economy
(Economic and Political Weekly, 2008-11-10)
Recent capital flows to India have been predominantly portfolio flows and they have been associated with a deteriorating current account position. To induce foreign savings to finance current account deficits requires the ...
Firms, nations and training
Post quota textile scenario in India
What is monetary policy doing?
The Reserve Bank of India has been using open market operations to sterilise the inflows of foreign capital so as to contain domestic monetary expansion. At the same time it is intervening in foreign exchange markets. With ...
A consistent macroeconomic model
(India Macroeconomics Annual 2008, 2008-11-10)
Are retrenchment laws inefficient
Secure livelihoods: Keynote paper