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Madan Sabnavis

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Book review: Triumph of the spirit

Recasting India narrates real-life stories of grit and determination in the face of adverse circumstances in the interiors of the country.

Book review: Triumph of the spirit

Column: Full convertibility still some distance away

Our stance on market mechanisms remains ambivalent while our external account situation is far from certain.

Column: Full convertibility still some distance away

‘The End of Normal’ book review: A delicate balance

What is normal? The End of Normal debunks the theory, saying there are no ‘normal’ conditions in an economy and that we will always have to strive to reach equilibrium

‘The End of Normal’ book review: A delicate balance

Welcome corporate debt market

Given there is a tendency for higher-rated bonds to elicit investor interest, we hope to move towards a more prudent and robust financial system

Welcome corporate debt market

Inside Chhattisgarh book review: The state within

From poverty-stricken tribals to Naxalism, Inside Chhattisgarh touches upon all issues concerning the state, but ends up reading like a one-sided account.

Inside Chhattisgarh book review: The state within

Bank on the bank credit growth

It should be used as the leading indicator of non-agricultural growth. It can also be used as a basis for policy formulation as it captures both current and capital accounts of industry

GDP growth, bank credit, Bank credit growth

Tackling the land reforms labyrinth

Auction can be a solution for getting the right valuation, and rehabilitation can be handled by creating a government fund to take care of the displaced

land acquisition bill

Don’t shrink RBI’s regulatory ambit

Setting monetary policy becomes more challenging for RBI if segments like government debt or forex are even partly regulated by other authorities

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Frugal Innovation: A stitch in time

The authors of Jugaad Innovation are back with another book, this time on penny pinching and how to do it successfully.

Frugal Innovation: A stitch in time

The missing links in the Budget

From disinvestment to the gold schemes, there are gaps between the announcements and the expected outcome

The missing links in the Budget

Bank on buoyancy to garner higher revenues

Given the effective corporate tax rate needs to be kept stable or lowered, netting more revenue would depend on customs and excise duties

Bank on buoyancy to garner higher revenues

Managing Capital Flows book review: Going with the flow

This collection of essays analyses in great detail the phenomenon of capital flows in emerging market economies and makes suggestions on what should be done to tackle them

Managing Capital Flows book review: Going with the flow

The new GDP series: Questions abound

What RBI has done for balance of payments, where the data is presented in both the new and old formats separately, should have been done here as well

Economic reforms

Column: Greek roulette

Debt default and exiting EU would be painful for Greece, but other EU nations will not get away unscathed either

Column: Greek roulette

Book review ‘The Innovator’s Method’: What an idea

The Innovator’s Method is an interesting book that provides several examples of how innovation can be initiated in different areas...

Book review ‘The Innovator’s Method’: What an idea

Column: Rethinking budget calculations

Keep out disinvestment proceeds from fiscal calculations and have a conservative growth target

Column: Rethinking budget calculations

Column: Are surprise rate cuts the way ahead?

Assuming normal monsoons later this year, a 100 bps reduction in rates can be expected

Column: Are surprise rate cuts the way ahead?

Lessons in leadership

Winners Dream is all about Bill McDermott and the things that one can learn from the CEO of SAP America, the world’s largest business software giant

Lessons in leadership

Column: Let’s pause FRBM for a while

Government spending must increase for growth to revive, given demand is still quite weak

Column: Let’s pause FRBM for a while

Calibrating data dependence

There is a tendency to look at single-point data which makes us miss the larger picture

Gurus of Chaos: Investment theory

Gurus of Chaos, a book on how to work the stock market, is easy to read and in which every tip makes a lot of sense

Gurus of Chaos: Investment theory

Column: Marginal gains from KVP

It could be useful for channelling black money into investment but may not quite inspire the lower income classes

Column: Marginal gains from KVP

Earthly approach: Making Growth Happen in India

Making Growth Happen in India focuses on the ‘design’ and ‘delivery’ of several government schemes meant for the less privileged in the country

Earthly approach: Making Growth Happen in India

Banking on rural deposits

Payments banks and small banks must learn from the Jan Dhan Yojana experience and concentrate on rural depositors

Banking on rural deposits

‘Powers of Two’: Double impact

In Powers of Two, the author, on the basis of intensive research on hundreds of pairs that have worked well together, draws patterns of what is required for such combinations to take place, survive, succeed and probably also

‘Powers of Two’: Double impact

The beginning of bank mergers

These mergers will dominate the banking canvas in the times to come

The beginning of bank mergers

Column: Best to keep monetary policy stance flexible

The curious thing about monetary policy is that it should be unpredictable to be effective

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