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The Demise of Bank Credit
02 January, 2018, C.P. Chandrasekhar & Jayati Ghosh
Growing economies generally show increasing deployment of bank credit – but in India this has been decreasing for years and recently has been almost flat. What does this suggest about the growth process and the health of the Indian economy?
The Monetary Lever
04 November, 2009, C.P. Chandrasekhar
The responses to the RBIís most recent quarterly review suggest that India too has seen post-reform changes that give monetary policy and its consequences an important role in economic management. In fact, there is reason to believe that the role of monetary policy would increase substantially in the immediate future.
Has a Global Contagion Affected Indian Finance?
24 April, 2009, C.P. Chandrasekhar
One probable reason why the recently released report of the Financial Sector Assessment Programme could not attract due attention is that the very assumption of the benefits of financial integration, on which the FSAP is anchored, is nullified by the current recession in the real economy. However, as this article shows, the report helps in a better understanding of the effect of the global recession on the Indian financial system.
Financial Liberalisation and Bank Fragility
01 May, 2001,
India's post-Budget stock market collapse is still taking its toll in the banking sector. After the Madhavpura Mercantile Cooperative Bank (MMCB) and Global Trust Bank (GTB), the most recent bank to come under a cloud and lose its chief executive is the small, but relatively high profile Nedungadi Bank from the South. These banks were till recently considered leaders in their league, with a reputation for dynamism and good management

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