Akhilesh Tilotia

Articles By Akhilesh Tilotia

10 Articles

Guiding markets from crisis to calm needs confidence, coordination and capital

This requires confidence, coordination and capital;resolution can't be imposed using policy actions

Great Financial Crisis, non-banking finance companies, European Central Bank, financial markets, IL&FS, Reserve Bank of India, TARP, sebi News

Through the looking glass: A flight plan for tech regulation

The onus falls on business to continue to engender society’s and regulators’ trust in the usefulness of technology. New technologies bring with them challenges of regulation. The key challenges facing regulators in the co

flight plan, tech regulation,  unmanned aerial vehicle, UAV, remotely piloted aircraft system, RPAS, NPNT, financial express, financial express editorial News

Leveraging open data for policymaking

Large digital databases like the GST Network can give granular insight, create predictive models; this can lead to more grounded interventions

economic slowdown, India $5 trillion economy, GST rate, date policy, india economy, india gdp, stock market india, india sensex, Le Keqiang index News

Arresting slowdown: Export focus fine, but there’s more to growth

From purely a financial perspective of current account deficit, the distinction between goods and services does not matter

Economic slowdown, Export, import, growth, economy news, GDP, GDP growth, GDP number, financial express, financial express opinion News

India must learn from China about aircraft leasing

The announcement of this policy statement in the Budget follows the release of the ‘Rupee Raftaar’ report at the Global Aviation Summit in Mumbai in January earlier this year.

India, China, aircraft leasing, maiden budget, International Financial Services Centre, Special Economic Zones News

CAD: Unless India reverses sustainably, net foreign assets may stay negative

Unless it reverses sustainably, India’s net foreign assets are expected to remain negative

Opinion News

How to prepare for $ 100-oil

A spike in prices near the next general elections could test the building up of fiscal buffers

Opinion News

The joys of sharing

As the practice of sharing becomes more prevalent, cities will develop their own culture, and it is fascinating to see that emerge

The joys of sharing

How can India escape Robin Hoodesque fate of taxing urban India to prop-up rural India

A revised estimate of the labour market in 2022 finds 500 million Indians could still be dependent on agriculture

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Column| The Making of India: Building capacity to protect citizens

For the citizen to be confident, the state has to first believe that it can enforce the rule of law

Opinion News