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Budget 2017-18: The Macroeconomic Perspective
03 March, 2017, C.P. Chandrasekhar
One reason why the government chose fiscal consolidation instead of an expansionary budget in the wake of demonetisation is its erroneous belief that demonetisation in itself would deliver fiscal benefits.
Foreign Finance and India's Development
25 September, 2012, C.P. Chandrasekhar
The principal objective of the current government seems to be that of winning and sustaining the whimsical ‘confidence’ of foreign capital at all costs. This is the new and defining feature of economic policy of present day India.
Engineered Inflation
02 August, 2010, C.P. Chandrasekhar
With prices of essentials already on the rise, the move to hike petroleum product prices threatens to make inflation the country’s principal economic problem. This will have serious future implications with an aggravation of inflationary trends that currently burden the common person, and the success of the July 5 bandh was a reflection of a strong public expression of anger and opposition to the move. But why the government is adopting such policies that transfer most of the burden onto the aam aadmi and aggravate inflation need to be assessed.
Blowing Bubbles at the Bust
07 January, 2009, C.P. Chandrasekhar
With the elections behind it, the government has chosen to unveil the promised second instalment of the economic package that it claims will stimulate a slowing economy. Given the global fashion these days, some media observers have wrongly described this as the Centre's second ''fiscal stimulus'' package.
The Promise of the Chavez Offensive
07 February, 2003, C.P. Chandrasekhar
On 2 February 2003, the two month-old, private sector-led strike in Venezuela was lifted. That general strike was the culmination of eighteen months of unrest, during which a mainly capitalist opposition attempted to dislodge President Hugo Chavez.

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