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NEERAJ KAUSHAL

  • Regulating emoluments with claws

    Regulating emoluments with claws

    The Federal Reserve may have the authority, but it is uncertain if it will be able to effectively restrain the salaries of bankers.

    A broken school system

    A broken school system

    To attain full literacy among women in the next five years, the central government will have to build partnership with state governments and the two together with the private sector.

    Perils of protectionism

    Perils of protectionism

    Protectionist policies will only help shield inefficient industries that cannot compete internationally.

    What explains the oil price decline

    What explains the oil price decline

    In less than six months after hitting the all-time high of $147 a barrel, last month crude fell to less than $40 a barrel.

    Who will let the dollar go down?

    Who will let the dollar go down?

    US dollar continues to enjoy strong confidence in a world economy shaken by financial turmoil. Make money in market | Tips to buy stocks | Investment tips

    Time for another New Deal

    Time for another New Deal

    A prolonged US recession will dry up a primary source of demand for goods and services and its global repercussions may be severe.

    Reforms and poverty numbers

    Reforms and poverty numbers

    Neeraj Kaushal: India has not seen the kind of declines in poverty as witnessed in most of east Asia during the 1980s and much of the 1990s.

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