Dr. Raghuram Rajan Interviews

Raghuram Rajan Interviews: CEA, Ministry of Finance, Govt. of India | IBEF

Raghuram Rajan Interviews: CEA, Ministry of Finance, Govt. of India | IBEF
If we can get some of the growth momentum, partly by completing large projects and partly by creating better sentiment, I think we will see a turnaround   Read More >>

Bringing down the CAD

Bringing down the CAD
As inflation comes down, people will shift from savings in gold, which acts as a part of the CAD; to making financial savings that will reduce the CAD.   Read More >>

India's prospects in a three-speed world

India's prospects in a three-speed world
My sense is that in a three-speed world, India is probably in the first ranks even now, but has the potential to move up even within that first rank of countries in the next few years   Read More >>

Advantages of an advanced services sector

Advantages of an advanced services sector
Manufacturing relies on services like advertising and information technology. So to the extent that India already has a fair amount of capabilities there, it can actually make it easier for manufacturing to emerge, than in the past   Read More >>

Improving India's manufacturing competitiveness

Improving India's manufacturing competitiveness
In higher education, the expansion has been tremendous in recent years. But we are also improving the quality of vocational education – of skills like plumbers, electricians, technicians, etc   Read More >>

Dr Raghuram Rajan on Indian Economy

Dr Raghuram Rajan on Indian Economy

Dr Raghuram Rajan, Eric J. Gleacher Distinguished Service Professor of Finance at the University of Chicago's Booth School, is currently Chief Economic Adviser at the Ministry of Finance, Government of India. He has previously served as Chief Economist and Director of Research at the International Monetary Fund. Dr Rajan's major research interests are in banking, corporate finance and economic development; with a special focus on the role of finance in these areas. Among his widely acclaimed works is the report titled 'Saving Capitalism from the Capitalists', which he co-authored with Luigi Zingales in 2003. His book titled Fault Lines: How Hidden Fractures Still Threaten the World Economy, won him the Financial Times-Goldman Sachs prize for the best business book in 2010. He also won the Deutsche Bank Prize in Financial Economics, 2013. In this interaction with IBEF, he talks about India's path towards the next great economic leap, and what this path entails.

India promises attractive medium- and long-term growth prospects for several of our targeted industrial markets.

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