Tag Search: “growth”
Will India really grow faster than China?
According to the IMF, India will overtake China to be the fastest growing economy this year. In this article, Chetan Ghate and Peter Robertson assess the validity of this claim. In their view, the ch...
- Chetan Ghate Peter Robertson
- 23 March, 2015
Why the World Bank's International Comparison Program has limited use for India
Preliminary results from the World Bank’s International Comparison Program, which seeks to compare the economies of 199 countries across the globe, were released recently. In this article, Ranjan Ray...
- Ranjan Ray
- 20 February, 2015
Three concerns about AAP's promise
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has come to power in Delhi with a historic mandate. In this article, V Ramani, Partner at Access Advisory and former bureaucrat, flags three key concerns around their approa...
- V. Ramani
- 18 February, 2015
'Cry, the Beloved Country': Mending Punjab's economy
The growth rate of Punjab, which once ranked among India’s most affluent states, is slowing. In this article, Nirvikar Singh, who holds the Sarbjit Singh Aurora Chair of Sikh and Punjabi Studies at U...
- Nirvikar Singh
- 11 February, 2015
Financing India's infrastructure growth
Interest rates in the developed economies are still at very low levels, while investors are looking for high and stable returns for their money. This article outlines an innovative proposal for finan...
- Samik Metia
- 12 January, 2015
India's macroeconomic outlook
With falling inflation, high forex reserves and the new government embarking on a broad reform agenda, things seem to be looking up for India. In this article, Eswar Prasad shares his macroeconomic o...
- Eswar Prasad
- 16 December, 2014
Can services be a growth escalator in low-income countries?
Just like the East Asian Tigers, the Lions of Africa are now growing much faster than the developed economies. However, this column shows that the growth escalators in Africa are different than in Ea...
- Ejaz Ghani
- 01 December, 2014
The Bihar story: Resurrection of the state
In the not so distant past, the Indian state of Bihar was a byword for corruption, lawlessness, poverty, and absence of governance. Over the last decade or so, the state has demonstrated a remarkable ...
- Jitan Manjhi
- 26 November, 2014
Emissions Trading as an Environmental Innovation in India: Measuring the Policy Impact on Emissions and Abatement Costs
Growth in developing countries has improved living standards of millions, but has led to high pollution concentrations and serious public health damages. Market-based environmental regulation can redu...
- Michael Greenstone Rohini Pande Nicholas Ryan Anant Sudarshan
- 31 March, 2012
- IGC Research on India