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The Indian experience with reform in the financial sector indicates that, inter alia, there are three important outcomes of such liberalisation. First, there is increased financial fragility, which...
We offer a dynamical systems translation of the Godley and Cripps (1983) framework. Stability of an economy is shown to depend on the concatenation of four parameters: a steady-state money income...
Agricultural credit has played a vital role in supporting farm production in India. Though the outreach and amount of agricultural credit have increased over the years, several weaknesses have crept...
The overarching goal of the second Basel accord is aligning the capital requirements of banks with risk sensitivity. The accord emphasises the quantification of capital requirements on the basis of...
The new Basel accord is slated to come into effect in India around 2007 raising the question of how the revised standards will influence bank behaviour. Using a simple theoretical model, it is shown...
The surge in bank credit in the last couple of years has been an encouraging phenomenon in Indiaâ??s banking sector. This reflects as much the turnaround in the economy as the improved balance sheets...
such finance really efficient, it would be necessary for these financing agencies to improve their appraisal capabilities and methods. If their appraisal were really competent, Government would have...
IMF and International Liquidity THE primary component of international liquidity that a country possesses is its international reserves which are made up of gold holdings and foreign exchange assets...
November 8, 1969 ing the past two decades on the model of Digboi, are creating a cultural barrier between the people and the immigrant salariat bourgeoisie or commercial elements. In Namrup, at the...

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