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Monday, September 20, 2021

Pravakar Sahoo

The writer is professor, Institute of Economic Growth (IEG), Delhi University.

G-7’s counter to China’s Belt and Road Initiative is welcome, but needs more coherence
Sat, Jul 17, 2021

It remains to be seen what role India will play in Build Back Better World since it has been a strong opponent of BRI, which is designed by China to establish strategic dominance in trade, foreign policy and geopolitics.

The pandemic has worsened inequality between countries and within them
Wed, May 26, 2021

Low-income countries, contact-intensive sectors, manual jobs, and women have been hit the hardest by the adverse economic impact of the pandemic.

India can become self-reliant, competitive if it cashes in on demographic dividend
Fri, Nov 13, 2020

India offers the best opportunity in terms of a huge domestic market and factor endowments. However, we need to create a competitive labour-intensive manufacturing sector which will cater to both domestic demand and the export market.

A post-Covid business opportunity
Thu, May 14, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has influenced foreign firms to shift operations out of China. India must spruce up domestic business environment to take advantage

China’s centrality to global economy makes coronavirus disruption more acute
Thu, Mar 05, 2020

China is the second-biggest economy in the world. Any slip in its growth — the conservative estimate is 0.5 per cent as of now — would affect the global economy. The impact of coronavirus would be much more through trade routes and the shock to the global value chain.

As world stares at recession, there is need for coordinated policies by major economies
Mon, Oct 14, 2019

The world economy is on the edge of a recession that can affect the standard of life of billions of people through jobs, wages, price stability and uncertainty. So who is going to save the world economy?

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