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Off The Shelf

Off The Shelf
What has happened in Wall Street over the past 18 months raises several issues of regulatory governance which are immensely relevant for countries such as India that have embarked on reform of their...
Joseph Stiglitz's new book breathes moral outrage against the IMF. But any reform measures confined to the Bretton Woods institutions would not be an adequate response to the challenges of global...
Ten commandments - nothing in common with the authorised corporate governance code, of course - for a passage to the Fortune 500, distilled from the experience of Enron.
To argue for development of national champions in the financial sector is not blind economic nationalism, nor is it protectionism or an alternative to competition. The authorities have to plan to...
The interrelationships between governments and markets in international finance are indeed complex. The international community has to veer round to some controlled and deliberate move to '...
The phenomenon of George Soros has to be evaluated in the historical context. The global economy without the discipline of a world government has become the breeding ground for adventures. It is...
As financial markets are getting more integrated, the moods and sentiments of Wall Street investment bankers and brokers have a huge impact on market behaviour in non-US stock markets. If concerted...
The two approaches to 'weak' public sector banks, represented by the reports of the Verma Committee and the Task Force of the CII, have provoked high-pitched reactions. What is important, however, is...
Economic globalisation creates pressures as well as opportunities for all economies and it is for the political class in each polity to spot the opportunities and learn to mould the pressures to...
The Deepak Parekh report tells us what has happened, not why and how it happened. These questions have to be addressed and answered. The Parekh report will have served its purpose if it leads to this...
The debtor-creditor relationship is becoming increasingly complex and the promise to pay is fast losing its sanctity.
If weak public sector banks have to be turned around and put on a sustainable path of growth and profitability, certain ingrained cultural characteristics of these banks have to be confronted, This...

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