When the recent statistic of GDP growth project India as the fastest growing economy, why do the economists have a contrasting view on this?
"China has entered the ranks of the so-called 'upper-middle-income' countries". To what extent does this hold true?
While becoming the next superpower is a distant dream, India becoming a strong leader amidst emerging markets does seem inevitable.
The paucity of economic literacy in India coupled with the disillusionment associated with GDP, call for an immediate shift of focus to other social indicators as a metric for growth.
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.
The high denomination of the 1000 franc note makes the author raise the question of the temptation of the Swiss to demonetize it.
The author explains how a housewive is the backbone of a family and vouches for the services of housewives to be included in calculating GDP.
The author states how the increasing population consumes greater resources whereas decreasing fertility rates result in a decreased labor force.
The author explains how devaluation of Japanese Yen will increase exports and thus the GDP, but will reduce the purchasing power of Yen.
A major chunk of the huge Indian population is poor and this has adverse social impacts. Instead of showing sympathy, some stringent steps should be taken to fix the problem...
This article gives us an insight into the impact of inflation on the society as a whole. Food inflation is talk about in more detail.
The article states the reasons for the spurt in the growth and expansion of the manufacturing sector in India and draws attention to its impact on employment.
“When women move forward, the family moves, the village moves, and the nation moves.” The article discusses the increasing presence of women in the field of agriculture.
The article discusses the how ties of India with WTO terribly got wrong.