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Prosenjit Datta
New Delhi, August 2, 2018
ASK Wealth Advisors tries to estimate jobs using a completely new methodology -- the Sit-Stand-Go model, which relies on proxies (and some surveys) to come up with the number of about 5 million non-farm jobs being created annually in India.

Anilesh S Mahajan
New Delhi, July 13, 2018
Although the names of several economists, including Rathin Roy, Sanjeev Sanyal, Nagesh Kumar, and Surjit Bhalla, are doing the rounds, none of them has thrown hat in the ring yet.

Subhash Sharma
New Delhi, April 2, 2018
The author's argument that education alone can fuel growth is not fully convincing.

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December 20, 2017

New Delhi, October 17, 2017
Many policy makers, including the head of a government policy think tank have suggested fiscal stimulus is needed to boost economic growth but the central bank has warned that missing the target could hit macro-economic stability.

Rajeev Dubey
New Delhi, October 16, 2017
The Indian economy is being buffeted by a series of crises. Economic growth has slowed down considerably. This has led to lower private investment, fewer new jobs being created and a slowdown in export growth. As if all these are not enough, even agriculture seems to have hit a trough. Much of the slump in GDP growth during the first quarter of the current fiscal to 5.7 per cent has been attributed to the impact of demonetisation last year, followed by the introduction of the Goods & Services Tax or GST this year. To understand where the economy is headed and possible future policy direction, Business Today's Rajeev Dubey posed questions to former Finance Minister P. Chidambaram and Niti Aayog Vice Chairman Rajiv Kumar. Here are their vastly diverse views on a range of issues.

Mail Today Bureau
New Delhi, October 12, 2017
Chief Economic Adviser Arvind Subramanian presented to the council ways to accelerate economic growth, including investments and exports by using a combination of different policy instruments.

BT Online
New Delhi, October 12, 2017
The chosen areas include economic growth, job creation, informal sector and integration, fiscal framework, monetary policy, public expenditure, institutions of economic governance, agriculture and animal husbandry, patterns of consumption and production, and social sector.

BT Online
New Delhi, October 11, 2017
The Council was set up with the approval of Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 26th September 2017 to halt the downhill movement of the Indian economy.

Team BT
Delhi, October 3, 2017
Amid speculation that the NDA government would have to find a replacement for Arvind Subramanian as chief economic advisor, he has been granted a one-year extension that will end in October 2018.

Ashok V. Desai
Delhi, October 3, 2017
The time has come to listen

BT Online
New Delhi, September 27, 2017
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has formed an Economic Advisory Council to remedy the ongoing slowdown in Indian economy. Here's a look at the composition of the new economic council which has been tasked to pull the country out of this economic crisis.

Saurabh Sharma
New Delhi, September 26, 2017
The decision to set up the EAC has come in the backdrop of slow GDP growth in last few quarters. India's economic growth hit three-year low to 5.7 per cent in the April-June period from 6.1 per cent in the preceding quarter.

BT Online
New Delhi, September 25, 2017
Also, Ratan Watal has been named member-secretary of the council, whereas Surjit Bhalla, Rathin Roy and Ashima Goel will be part-time members.

Rajeev Dubey
New Delhi, September 21, 2017
Normally, when governments need to revive economic growth, the broad objective must be to reinvigorate four major elements of the economy: Capital, Labour, Entrepreneurship and Land/Farming.

BT Online
New Delhi, March 9, 2017
The exitpolls out on Thursday evening have predicted a BJP win in UP elections 2017.Congress, however, is seen making a come back in Punjab with Aam Aadmi Partybecoming the second largest party in the state.

BT Online
New Delhi, March 9, 2017
In a seemingly 'wave-less' election where 403 constituencies are witnessing fierce competition almost everywhere, this may be a big call to make. But there is reason to believe that the lotus is poised to bloom in the country's most politically prized state, Rajdeep Sardesai writes.

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