All stories by A V Rajwade
Why India is unlikely to see consistent growthRediff.com14 Jul 2017
The need for larger investment in infrastructure that is the biggest shortcoming, says A V Rajwade.
Has the economy dramatically changed recently?Rediff.com22 Jun 2017
A V Rajwade wonders if the Modi sarkar is pursuing price stability at the cost of potential social instability in both rural and urban India.
Big challenges before Urjit PatelRediff.com2 Sep 2016
Infrastructure and inflation targeting are expected to be top priorities for the new Reserve Bank of India governor, says A V Rajwade.
How serious is India's NPA problem?Rediff.com28 Jul 2016
India's aggregate NPA as a percentage of GDP is far lower than that in Italy, Greece.
Rajan 2.0: What's on the tableRediff.com26 May 2016
In a recent article, Rajan has ridiculed critics of the exchange rate policy.
What's the logic behind tax evasion?Rediff.com5 May 2016
It is strange that the wealthy evade taxes even though the marginal utility of the money saved amounts to little and tax rates in countries, including India, have dropped
The thin line between tax avoidance and evasionRediff.com28 Apr 2016
Over the last two years, despite an amnesty scheme, only about Rs 2,500 crore of taxes have been recovered.
A strange new world of negative interest ratesRediff.com18 Feb 2016
Sweden has the world's highest negative rate.
A tale of two sinking banksRediff.com7 Jan 2016
Loans make money for the lender in the initial years but losses come later when they turn bad.
A week after the Fed rate riseRediff.com24 Dec 2015
There are already some signs of stress in this market.
Fed rate hike to have an adverse impact on emerging economies?Rediff.com17 Dec 2015
Economists warn of the impact that a Fed rate rise could have on emerging economies.
Yuan is the 3rd most powerful currency in the IMF basket, what next?Rediff.com10 Dec 2015
For several years the Chinese authorities have been taking steps to internationalise the use of the yuan.
Why major currencies including the INR have slumped against dollarRediff.com26 Nov 2015
Many emerging economies have witnessed a flight of foreign portfolio capital and their currencies have slumped against the dollar.
A commitment that G20 makes every year, time to deliver?Rediff.com24 Sep 2015
India's finance minister has emphasised that "it is the real economy that is going to matter.
Growth, fiscal deficit and the two prices of moneyRediff.com25 Jun 2015
It would be a miracle indeed if we grow at 7/8 per cent a year over the current and next few years, says A V Rajwade