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    Bibek Debroy

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    View: Adjusting to the new normal won't be easyView: A ‘boring’ Budget spells continuity, stabilityNarendra Modi's economic advisor has 5 trade mantras for Donald TrumpIs the world simpler than it was before GST? This jury is in
    View: Indian economy will only get better from Q1 2018-19 onwardsIndia@70: What today's institutions can learn from the best of 60sUS complaints about India's IPR regime are bullying attemptsLaws dealing with undertrials in India are flawed
    Number of centrally-sponsored schemes needs to be slashedWhy we should not have any unrealistic expectations from the NDA BudgetEffective central governance has quite a lot to do with pruning multiple branches of officialdomWhat Narendra Modi’s massive victory means for us
    UPA offers the least hope to repair the economy and the structure it painstakingly pulled apartVote on Account 2014: Fiscal consolidation impossible without dramatic privatization & removal of tax exemptionsEscape velocity to beat the gravitational pull of povertyWhy the organised sector corporate labour is most affected during economic slowdown
    PM freed country of shackles in 1991 only to bring them back in 2014Raghuram Rajan faces a big challenge aheadIPL scandal: How bad law and weak BCCI code aid spot fixingHigh CAD: It's not like 1991. But 2013 will still be very critical
    RBI may oblige with rate cuts, but it’s government that is killing economyBudget 2013: Skepticism on numbers
    Budget 2013: Skepticism on numbers
    01 Mar 2013 01:48 AM IST
    Rail Budget 2013: Pawan Kumar Bansal attempts to please allBJP, Congress need rebranding, but can they do it?
    Direct cash transfer scheme: Superior but doesn't  tackle questions of beneficiary identificationQ2 GDP growth at 5.3%: Government living in self-denial on growth slowdownRaining scams: Why we need a new generation of political leadersPolitics aside, Is Gujarat a great growth story?
    Politics aside, is Gujarat a great growth story?Policy paralysis over: 7 factors that made government change courseWhy govt needs to recognise that GDP number is bad, but could have been worseWhy CAG needs to be strengthened
    Why CAG needs to be strengthened
    26 Aug 2012 06:49 AM IST
    NSS data shows need to get over our obsession with misleading definitions of inequalityMahabharata: Journey through alphabetsTrade 2022: How India's trade scenario will shape up ten years from nowWhy consumption is rising despite falling growth
    Is Montek Singh Ahluwalia's plan panel worth Rs 100 crore a year?Why UPA's growth argument is plain wrongPranab Mukherjee isn't the FM he could have beenUPA-II moving from one crisis to another, often of its own making
    States ruled by NDA have scored much better on economic management in the 2000sFM, here's the way out of the tax mess: Scrap GAARPosco project: Investors getting worried about policy environment, sanctity of contractsMeet the right man in wrong job: Kaushik Basu never cut out to be govt economist
    Why lawyers have all but accepted a tax on themElection results 2012: Uttar Pradesh must now follow the Bihar template$500 bn black money? Here's a small attempt to inject some senseRajiv Awas Yojana: Government errs by not assessing similar projects like BSUP and IHSDP
    12 commandments for economists to improve their reputationMicro, small and medium enterprises too deserve exit optionManmohan Singh: Never a bold change-makerPolitics: What upsets business
    Politics: What upsets business
    20 Nov 2011 12:49 AM IST
    Do industrial production numbers indict our policymakers?The nature of corruption in India is going through great changeGoI's notional policy on manufacturingWhere is the fiscal deficit headed?
    Where is the fiscal deficit headed?
    23 Oct 2011 03:09 AM IST
    Doha development agenda, aka Dodo
    Doha development agenda, aka Dodo
    17 Oct 2011 05:04 AM IST
    Should Planning Commission stop measuring poverty?We must learn to live with growing income inequalityTaxing the rich: How to impose taxes on the wealthy
    Subsidising through prices: A bad ideaDebate: Growth & inflation aren’t relatedChances of corrupt public servants being caught and punished very lessStrong will from PM needed to resolve India-Bangladesh issues
    Ad Hoc Revolution of 1991: Not just about careful planning but about Political & policy clevernessSyed Ghulam Nabi Fai Fallout: Seminal lessons from the seminar circuitRich in numbers, poor in policy
    Rich in numbers, poor in policy
    18 Jul 2011 05:22 AM IST
    SC's activism: Is it judicial overreach or government under-reach?
    New land acquisition law must seek to reduce market distortions and segmentationTwo thoughts about discretion
    Two thoughts about discretion
    20 Jun 2011 05:27 AM IST
    Are civil society solutions on corruption workable?Ten things that will make Kolkata a grand city again
    Should fuel prices in India be freed permanently?Should fuel prices in India be freed permanently?Does GDP growth influence sporting performance?
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