Raj Chetty: Class Apart


A Harvard professor of economics, his views have found immense appeal among policymakers in the US

The Reserve Bank’s Six Per Cent Challenge

Can Governor Raghuram Rajan crush retail inflation to 6 per cent in 22 months?

‘It Was No State Secret’

An account of my tenure with and dismissal from India’s University Grants Commission

Indian Gas Pricing: Still as Hazy as Ever

Private producers want to price it high, users want it kept cheap, and policymakers appear all confused

The World according to Gaar

The pressure that global capital exerts on Indian policy has never been so obvious, and it sure feels creepy

Down to a Trickle

Even as the objectives of the previous policy remain unfulfilled, the Government has come out with a new one

So You Were Afraid of Global Warming

The interesting theory that India might actually end up as a better-fed nation because of climate change

The Long View at Long Last

Inflation can distort investment and the overall allocation of resources in an economy

Backward Intervention

The Supreme Court’s decision on the Ambani brothers’ gas fight represents a pyrrhic victory for Mukesh, a loss for Anil and a big win for politicians harking back to the Licence Raj.

Downsizing Manmohan

As the Sonia Gandhi chaired National Advisory Council resurfaces, India’s Prime Minister finds his policy formulation space suddenly cramped.


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