There should be just 3 GST rates: 6, 12 & 18%: Bibek Debroy
For small and medium cos, GST has also complicated matters because of various rat...
Investment key to India becoming USD 5-trillion economy in five years: CEA
"Investment as a per cent of GDP was 40 per cent in 2008 and this ...
Arvind Subramanian may join Ashoka University
Arvind Subramanian is expected to join as a full-time professor in the spring of 2020.
Arvind Subramanian defends his GDP overestimation argument
Lending more credence to his argument, he said that no country has grown over 7% w...
Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (MBA)
University of Oxford (M Phil, D Phil)
RBI's reports never mentioned possible IL&FS crisis: Arvind Subramanian
The IL&FS crisis had contagious effect on the NBFC sector as liquidity started drying up for them.
View: What's wrong with Arvind Subramanian's GDP math
Subramanian makes self-contradictory claims and draws mathematically incorrect conclusions.
CEA rejects Arvind Subramanian claims, says hard to create wrong narrative
Former CEA Arvind Subramanian in his research paper last month mentioned that India's growth rate between 2011-12 and 2016-17 was overestimated.
View: Why Arvind Subramanian's GDP over-estimation argument is flawed
Subramanian made the dramatic claim that the real GDP in India grew between 3.5% and 5.5% during 2011-17.
EAC-PM rejects Arvind Subramanian's claim on over-estimation of GDP
The EAC-PM asserted that India's GDP estimation methodology is on par with its global standards.
View: Arvind Subramanian's GDP growth math has technical weaknesses
Had GDP growth fallen to 4.5%, corporate profits should have shattered, causing a mass exit of foreign portfolio investment. The opposite has happened.
View: Arvind Subramanian's failure is no less than that of India's GDP data
The journalist in Subramanian has overtaken the economist and the outcome is not fragrant, Aiyar says.
Arvind Subramanian's growth estimates omit productivity, quality: CII
Subramanian, who stepped down last year, has said India's economic growth rate has been overestimated by around 2.5 percentage points between 2011-12 and 2016-17.
GDP growth overestimated during 2011-12 and 2016-17: Arvind Subramanian
Instead of the reported growth of 7%, actual growth was likely between 3.5% and 5.5%, says Subramanian.
View: Arrested development or attention deficit?
Government's economic policies will combine strident welfarism with tough love for businesses and markets.
View: Beyond the facade of feel-good growth numbers lies a picture of gloom
Ex-CEA Subramanian had showed that between 2011-12 and 2016-17, India’s growth had been hugely inflated.
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