By FY 2019, the centre will have a fiscal flexibility that no other government would have seen. Here’s why.
The optimists got closer to the mark (GDP numbers) than the pessimists.
Is the post-DeMo tax hunt yielding a mouse?
While the negatives of demonetisation are clear, some positives are also beginning to emerge that one cannot discount.
What happened to the ‘shift to cashless’ ?
The numbers have spoken. Demonetisation hurt economy.
Digital cash is going to take off vertically over the next two or three years.
Why demonetisation alone cannot be blamed for the slide in GDP growth
Almost all of the work for moving towards cashless transit is still ahead of us.
It will serve us well if we emphasise that the burden of proof that a certain policy worked rests on the government
The primary success of DeMo is in the shock value itself, not its aftermath.
An analysis of how did migrant workers move in the days and months following demonetisation? Here’s one.
Nine positives impacts of DeMo on the financial sector.
A half-crore new indirect taxpayers on account of GST could have substantially swelled the income tax base this year.
Digitisation will result in lower inflation, SBI’s Ecoflash report says.
The government cannot be seen to be buying time forever.
Why it is wrong to blame low female labour force participation rate on demonetisation.
Excerpt from Uday Mahurkar’s ‘Marching with a Billion’
Three Years Growth In Just Seven Months, Demonetisation Has Put India Firmly On Cashless Path
Finance Ministry says that the impact of demonetisation was positive.
Demonetisation did what incentives, advertisements, enticements of higher returns over decades couldn’t do.
Fact check: Small business sales have been a problem well before demonetisation.
Journalists and economists ceased to be objective in looking at the multi-dimensional impact of DeMo on economy.
The note ban exercise has turned out costlier than anticipated.
Modi’s extraordinary holistic policy initiatives in several sectors were given a thumbs up by the electorate.
India is using the crisis to change the way it looks at cash. The note crisis is helping even as it hurts.
Let’s wait for the 31 December deadline. Only after that, the real picture can emerge.