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India's Electronics Manufacturing Sector: Getting the Diagnosis Right
07 September, 2018, Smitha Francis
The Indian electronics industry’s high dependence on imports is a direct outcome of the trade and investment liberalisation that was carried out by successive governments without putting in place the necessary industrial policy support for maintaining and improving domestic linkages and indigenous capabilities.
Ignoring Asset Price Inflation
22 September, 2010, C.P. Chandrasekhar & Jayati Ghosh
The recent action taken by the Reserve Bank of India to hike repo and reverse repo rates has been interpreted as a shift in focus to inflation control resulting from a combination of comfortable growth figures and disconcerting increases in the prices of goods, especially food articles.
Primitive Accumulation by Another Name
31 October, 2006, C.P. Chandrasekhar
Liberalisation, its advocates argue, is a flattening device. By breaking down barriers and abandoning State policies that privilege the few, it ensures that the market rewards the fittest and the best, whether large or small.

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