Monthly Archives: January 2017

And the city softly sings the blues

India is a largely rural country with 68% of its population living in villages. As per the 2011 census, approximately 32% of the population or 38cr people stay in Indian cities. This figure is expected to grow rapidly to 59cr … Continue reading

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RBI’s Demonetisation Cross

CThe sequence of events leading to the demonetisation move are becoming more convoluted as more information is revealed. At this point, it is starting to resemble a comedy of errors at best and an insidious plot at worst. We attempt … Continue reading

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Calling for a Head

We will state our baseline assumption first; the “implementation” of the demonetization exercise, though admittedly an historically unprecedented exercise in its scale and timelines, could still have been far better. We will not get into whether the exercise was justified … Continue reading

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