Indian Economy’s Double Digit Chase For Growth
Past prime ministers have tried to take the Indian GDP growth past 6–7% range but failed. Modi’s pitch for making India rich by 2047 is fraught with old and new dangers
Neeraj Thakur - January 29, 2023
At About 5–6%, Economy Won’t Collapse But It Won’t Generate Enough Jobs: Montek Singh Ahluwalia
Economist and former deputy chairman of the erstwhile Planning Commission Montek Singh Ahluwalia tells Neeraj Thakur that a private sector-led economy can deliver sustained GDP growth in the country. However, he is not enthused about the much-touted double-digit growth or even a range of 7–7.5% and cautions against protectionism
Neeraj Thakur - January 30, 2023
Empowering Women To India’s GDP Growth
Vardhman’s holistic approach encourages women workforce to take on new challenges. A dynamic leader and bold decisions lead a group of women to transform the landscape of one textile industry and the mindset of people.
August 23, 2021
The FM can’t deliver the moon, but surely she should have tried harder than snips here and tucks there
N Mahalakshmi - February 01, 2020
“First, Do No Harm” Budget
The current budget will not harm the economy but the 10% nominal GDP growth and tax receipts projected for FY21 may be a tad optimistic
Deep Narayan Mukherjee - February 01, 2020
"We ought to be a bit more careful in attributing everything to the economy"
Edited excerpts from conversations with the chief economic advisor, Krishnamurthy Subramanian, on the state of the economy
V Keshavdev - October 01, 2019
Is the revival in GDP growth sustainable?
Q1FY19 has logged GDP growth of 8.2%, kindling hopes of an economic revival
September 12, 2018
"2016 will be a year to be conservative and risk-averse"
Shankar Sharma of First Global talks about why he believes 2016 is a year to be extra-conservative
Shankar Sharma - December 10, 2015
On the road to zero growth
GMO’s Jeremy Grantham on why the US economy will see stagnating growth in the years to come
Jeremy Grantham - July 04, 2015