All stories by Soumya Kanti Ghosh
Why banks lose money when you swipe your cardRediff.com2 Oct 2017
As you swipe your credit/debit card with carefree abandon at merchant outlets, banks are losing money to the tune of Rs 3,800 crore annaully, says Soumya Kanti Ghosh
How RBI can fix the cash crunch quicklyRediff.com9 Dec 2016
'If the RBI now only prints Rs 100 in small denomination notes and the remaining amount is printed in Rs 500 and Rs 2,000 denominations, then by March-end the central bank can completely normalise the cash crunch situation.'
Spend options before govt from note ban bonanzaRediff.com2 Dec 2016
The best possible move would be for the government to spend the funds on activities like infrastructure development or as it deems fit, says Soumya Kanti Ghosh.
Demonetisation: Why Rs 4.5 lakh crore may vanish from the systemRediff.com23 Nov 2016
The government could carry out the demonetisation exercise over periodic intervals along with its surprise element, says Soumya Kanti Ghosh.
Why it's time to challenge the math on inflation targetingRediff.com19 Aug 2016
Inflation targeting framework is now enshrined as a formal agreement by the government and the RBI; thus, it may seem that we are flogging a dead horse, says Soumya Kanti Ghosh.
Busting 4 myths about the Pay CommissionRediff.com23 Nov 2015
Analysis of the 7th Pay Commission's recommendations.
Why WTO must reconsider India's subsidy stanceRediff.com24 Sep 2014
The WTO has fixed an external reference price (ERP) for rice at Rs 3.52 per kg