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Distributive justice in budget

(Jan 25, 2016)

Mr Tarapore discusses the need for equitable growth for all sections of the society.

Locus Classicus on Financial Inclusion

(Jan 11, 2016)

Mr Tarapore discusses measure to make financial inclusion more effective.

Implications of Government's Macroeconomic Perspective

(Dec 28, 2015)

Mr Tarapore discusses the need to sustain before accelerating growth.

Apocalypse in the waiting for small savers

(Dec 15, 2015)

Mr Tarapore discusses the reasons for small savers to be more vigilant than ever.

The common man's macroeconomic worries

(Nov 30, 2015)

Mr Tarapore discusses that a correct trade-off between growth and inflation will ensure a strong economy.

A gold scheme guide for common person

(Nov 16, 2015)

Mr Tarapore discusses measures to help make gold schemes successful.

Union Budget and vulnerable ones

(Nov 2, 2015)

Mr Tarapore discusses measures to correct anomalies in income tax incidence.

Common man's woes: Union Budget and pulses

(Oct 19, 2015)

Mr Tarapore discusses measures required to correct the recurring deficit in pulses.

Turning focus on plight of depositors

(Oct 5, 2015)

Mr Tarapore discusses that concerns of deposit holders need to be considered while reducing interest rates.

Bank depositors: An extinct species?

(Sep 30, 2015)

Mr Tarapore discusses the ground reality wherein bank depositors, though larger in number, have less bargaining power than borrowers as far as the movement of interest rates is concerned.

A glimpse into RBI Annual Report

(Sep 7, 2015)

Mr Tarapore discusses the wealth of insights that are to be had by reading the RBI's Annual Report.

Demystifying exchange rate management

(Aug 25, 2015)

Mr Tarapore discusses that rupee depreciation is essential to strengthen the economy.

Financial legislative reforms hit a raw nerve

(Aug 10, 2015)

Mr Tarapore discusses that financial legislative reforms need to be carried in a transparent and responsible manner.

Pulses: India's abject failure

(Jul 27, 2015)

Mr Tarapore discusses measures to tackle protein deficiency in India.

Varying consequences of sovereign debt defaults

(Jul 13, 2015)

Mr Tarapore discusses how sovereign debt needs to be raised in moderation.

Safeguarding sovereign gold bonds

(Jun 29, 2015)

Mr Tarapore discusses challenges facing the Sovereign Gold Bond Scheme.

Monetary Policy: A Thought for Depositors

(Jun 15, 2015)

Mr Tarapore discusses that rate cuts need to factor in the impact on bank deposits.

Common concerns: Monetary, Exchange and Gold Policies

(Jun 1, 2015)

Mr Tarapore discusses that a myopic view of interest rates being tied to inflation alone will not help.

Great Divide on Gold: Policy and Consumer Preference

(May 18, 2015)

Mr Tarapore discusses measures to unleash the power of gold savings.

10% the New Normal for India's Secular Growth?

(May 4, 2015)

Tarapore discusses that controls should not be ignored while relaxing laws to attract foreign direct investments.


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