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Digital cash is going to take off vertically over the next two or three years.
We may never be able to finally compute its long-term gains because it is being overtaken by another major disruption.
Prime Minister Modi must keep up the pressure until cash ceases to be the king.
Demonetisation and GST have had a positive impact on personal tax compliance levels, if nothing else.
The point to note: the economic slowdown preceded DeMo by at least two quarters.
The optimists got closer to the mark (GDP numbers) than the pessimists.
The CBDT chief must wait until demonetisation and GST settle in before cracking the whip of tax revenue.
In India, politics is more delinked from economic outcomes than elsewhere.
R Jagannathan explains why Modi’s demonetisation has failed.
It wasn’t demonetisation that caused GDP growth to slow down in the first quarter. Here’s what did.
It will serve us well if we emphasise that the burden of proof that a certain policy worked rests on the government
Why demonetisation alone cannot be blamed for the slide in GDP growth
Is the post-DeMo tax hunt yielding a mouse?
What happened to the ‘shift to cashless’ ?
The primary success of DeMo is in the shock value itself, not its aftermath.
Almost all of the work for moving towards cashless transit is still ahead of us.
An analysis of how did migrant workers move in the days and months following demonetisation? Here’s one.
One would expect informal economy to contract, but the Indian people seem to have been incredibly creative, he said.
Why it is wrong to blame low female labour force participation rate on demonetisation.
The goals of demonetisation can be justified, but the same could have been achieved by doing things differently.
A half-crore new indirect taxpayers on account of GST could have substantially swelled the income tax base this year.
The government cannot be seen to be buying time forever.
The moral of DeMo is this: there is no silver bullet for eliminating black money. It is a long painstaking journey.
Everything you wanted to know about the demonetisation
By FY 2019, the centre will have a fiscal flexibility that no other government would have seen. Here’s why.
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The National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI), mentored and promoted by RBI, was formed in 2008
The benefit of going cashless is greater security with chances of theft greatly reduced.
Demonetisation and the GST implementation can become seminal case studies on many aspects of governance.