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BusinessToday.In
June 21, 2021
Duflo said while pandemic's economic impact cannot be predicted, issues like pause in child immunistation programmes and families again pushed back to below poverty line can have long-lasting damage.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, April 12, 2021
Renowned economist and Nobel laureate Abhijit Vinayak Banerjee has trashed the ideology that calls for lesser or limited government interventions towards uplifting the poor; Amazon India announced the launch of its 'Mentor Connect' programme on April 11, aimed at accelerating the growth of start-ups and emerging brand owners enrolled under its Amazon Launchpad initiative; Indian IT major Infosys will consider a share buyback plan in its board meeting scheduled on April 14 and is expected to hold board meetings on April 13 and 14 to approve and take on record financial results for the quarter and fiscal ended March 31, 2021. Watch this and more on News Blast.Also Read: 3rd COVID-19 vaccine in India? Expert panel to decide on Russia's Sputnik V


Rashi Bisaria
New Delhi, April 12, 2021
India bans Remdesivir exports till COVID surge abates India has banned the export of Remdesivir injection and active pharmaceutical ingredients (API) used for making the coronavirus medication till the recent surge in COVID-19 cases subsides. India has been witnessing a surge in COVID-19 cases with the second wave of the pandemic. As of Sunday, the number of active cases stood at 11.08 lakh. This has led to a sudden spike in demand for Injection Remdesivir used in treatment of COVID patient...


PTI
April 11, 2021
Addressing the 20th foundation day of Bandhan Bank, the non-profit-turned-MFI-turned-small finance bank, on Sunday, Banerjee said there is no data and no empirical evidence anywhere to establish the ideology that getting freebies or getting free assets make the poor people lazy


BusinessToday.In
November 25, 2020
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) professor said that India is already slower than other countries at opening schools. He cautioned that this is a potentially frightening scenario since there is already massive inequality in the country.


Prasanna Mohanty
November 14, 2020
This is a nebulous idea designed to mean anything and everything under the sun without the burden of economic logic, facts and evidence


Chitranjan Kumar
October 12, 2020
American economists Paul R. Milgrom and Robert B. Wilson have been awarded Nobel Prize 2020 in Economic Sciences for their contributions to auction theory and inventions of new auction formats


BusinessToday.In
October 12, 2020
Using the auction theory, the researchers try to understand the results of different rules of bidding and final prices


PTI
September 30, 2020
Speaking at a virtual event, Banerjee said the country's economic growth was slowing down even before the COVID-19 pandemic hit as real GDP growth had moderated from 7 per cent in 2017-18 to 6.1 per cent in 2018-19 and 4.2 per cent in 2019-20


BusinessToday.In
August 16, 2020
Banerjee enunciated that the stay-at-home restraints, announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, did not envisage the migrant labour crisis since there was no database about them


BusinessToday.In
July 23, 2020
According to Google, GPay is not a payment system operator but a third party application provider. Google added that PSO authorised by the RBI was the National Payment Corporation of India


PTI
New Delhi, June 21, 2020
RBI has also told the court that since Google Pay does not operate any payment system, it does not find a place in the list of authorised payment system operators


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, June 3, 2020
Bajaj said, \"I am not seeing a smooth, concerted, rhythmic move towards unlocking of the supply chain\"


Anand Adhikari and Dipak Mondal
New Delhi, May 27, 2020
States finally have headroom to borrow more from the market. But there's a cost to it


Joe C Mathew
New Delhi, May 27, 2020
Direct sale of farm produce, pricing freedom, digitisation and traceability in poultry, livestock and fisheries segments will go a long way in accelerating the farm economy


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, May 25, 2020
The cash transfer of Rs 1,000 per person each month is expected to make a big difference as it would help the common man to pay for all the emergency needs, Banerjee said


Dipak Mondal
New Delhi, May 18, 2020
Taking a swipe at the finance ministry, Abhijit Sen says that an idea like this can come from the finance ministry because they (people in the finance ministry) don't have an idea what happens on the ground, they only look at spreadsheet


Prasanna Mohanty
May 9, 2020
India needs to address massive job losses; strengthen public healthcare for COVID-19 and beyond; develop institutional mechanisms and leadership to respond to emergencies; devolve decision-making and funding to states, local bodies and scale up public spending to infuse life into the economy, all of which call for structural changes


Anand Adhikari
New Delhi, May 8, 2020
Raghuram Rajan says there is a lot of concern in some quarters about central banks printing money to finance large budget deficits. And in other quarters there is concern that central banks are doing too little of it


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, May 6, 2020
Nobel laureate Abhijit Banerjee, while speaking with Congress leader Rahul Gandhi  said that direct cash transfer is the only way to benefit not only the poor, but also those who have been severely affected by the long spell of lockdown. Banerjee said that Aadhaar portability could work wonders for migrants, by giving access to food grains through the Public Distribution System (PDS). The economist also advised government to bring in a temporary ration system for those in need and suspend all other ration cards temporarily. \"The migrant problem cannot alone be handled by the state governments and the centre needs to manage this\", he added. Watch the video for more.Also Read: 93% employees fear health risks on returning to office: Survey


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