How much of a role did the governments' policies and practices play leading up to the worst modern financial crisis, which left thousands unemployed and homeless?
India awaits credit growth, manufacturing and other key industries to pick up growth after being sufficiently remonetised.
Margaret Thatcher divides opinion, but she undoubtedly made an enormous impact on the political and economic landscape of the United Kingdom.
The merger of the State Bank of India and five of its associate banks has immensely positive implications for the Indian banking system. However, there are a few challenges ahead.
The 2008 crisis has forced the banking authorities to go unconventional. Quantitative easing seems like an idea worth exploring, but we must be careful.
To provide for the potholes in the Indian economy, behavioural science may just be the best bet. It is all about exerting the right nudge.
The hype around the budget is surprising. However, in allocations, and in efforts to improve the structure, the budget hardly provides a unique stance.
Keynes had said, "In the long run, we're all dead." Ironically, it seems like his economics has died with time as well.
Why have the United States Treasury securities become undesirable to such an extent that foreign investors are offloading them?
Fiction isn't just an author's imagination, it is more than what you think.
The growth rate of 8 per cent in the near future is a pipe dream.
Democratisation of Information is turning away the voters from enlisting the advice of economists, slowly killing the economic imperialism and grasp over the populace through controlled media.
This year's Nobel Prize goes to two economists for their work on contract theory.
The author, very effectively, brings out the difference between individual and social values and how the latter is reflected by IP Law with latent individual values.
Does Intellectual Property Law, actually trigger innovation or is it more about commercialization?
This articles provides certain examples to show how monetary policy affects the GDP and inflation figures and in turn its effect on the economy.
The author explores the love hate relationship of a country's GDP with the inflation rate and analyzes the finer intricacies at depth.