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Regulating managerial pay in banking
(Economic & Political Weekly, 2014)
Managerial pay disparity between private sector and public sector banking in India is widening. Should the regulators address this by hiking public sector pay scales, or by curbing private sector pay? Drawing from international ...
Banking's Impossible Trinity
Banking Story is Intact
A Cut That May Not Heal
HDFC Bank (A): Entry Strategy and Growth in a Deregulated Market
HDFC Bank is among the few successful private banks that have emerged since the opening up of the banking sector to private players in 1994. The case examines the entry strategy of the bank into a market dominated by large ...
HDFC Bank (B): Revisiting Strategy
Case focuses on how HDFC Bank, a leading private sector bank in India, adapted its strategy from 2003 onwards to changing conditions and managed to confound skeptics within and outside the bank.
Don't Bank on a Vanishing Species
Do we need more banks?
Is it time to open up to foreign banks
(Economic and Political Weekly, 2010-11-11)
What are the benefits and costs to India of an enlarged foreign bank presence? Going by the three important criteria of access to financial services, efficiency and provision of credit, it is unlikely that foreign banks ...
A Presidential View of Banking