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  • Mukherjee, Soumyatanu (Elsevier: International Review of Economics and Finance, 2017)
    This paper, using a general equilibrium model of production and trade for a developing country with non-traded goods, dual unskilled labour markets and internationally fragmented skillintensive production, illuminates how ...
  • Kausik, Gangopadhyay (Firstpost, 2017-03-31)
    Technology giant HCL announced a transformative scheme recently under which high school graduates with 85 percent marks will find a technical job in the company, with a part-time facility to get a college degree. The scheme, ...
  • Broll, Udo; Soumyatanu, Mukherjee (Elsevier: Economic Modelling, 2017)
    This paper examines the optimal production and trade decisions of the domestic firms facing uncertainties owing to the exchange rate volatility under mean-variance preferences. The impact of uncertain exchange rate ...
  • Balakrishnan, Pulapre (Economic and Political Weekly, 2017-01-14)
    Since 1991, there has been an acceleration of economic growth accompanied by a widening of the range of consumer goods produced, together with improvement in the quality of services available. Furthermore, the economy has ...
  • Sanjukta Sarkar; Rudra Sensarma (Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2016)
    Purpose – Under the traditional franchise value paradigm, competition in banking markets is considered to be risk enhancing because of its tendency to raise interest rates on deposits. Taking a contrarian view, Boyd and ...
  • Soumyatanu Mukherjee (Elsevier, 2016)
    Drawing on the evidence from Indian provinces, this paper, using a four-sector general equilibrium model with segmented domestic labour and capital markets, proposes that factor-specific technological progress only in the ...
  • Noronha, Ernesto (Indian Journal of Labour Economics, 2001)
    The paper examines the case of indusrial sickness in New Rajpur Mills, which resulted in industry unemployment and an adverse impact on the lives of workers. It reveals the initial response of the workers to be closeure, ...
  • Balakrishnan, Pulapre; Pushpangadan, K.* (Economic and Political Weekly, 1998-08-22)
    If the growth in toal factor productivity in the manufacturing sector during the 1980s may be used as teh testing ground for our understanding of the phenomenon we must recognise that our knowledge is limited. Two equally ...
  • Balakrishnan, Pulapre (Economic and Political Weekly, 2000-04)
    In a bid to contain the fiscal deficit, the government has in this budget targeted outlay on subsidies. This note focuses on the likely consequences in the case of the food subsidy.
  • Balakrishnan, Pulapre; Pushpangadan, K.*; Suresh Babu, M.* (Economic and Political Weekly, 2000-10-07)
    Using panel data comprising firm-level drawn from groups within manufacturing industry which have experienced the most significant tariff reduction, this study investigates teh trend in productivity growth since 1988-89. ...
  • Rameshan, P. (Foreign Trade Review, 2004)
    The Dispute Settlement Mechanism is one of the best elements of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) system since it addressed the earlier concerns under the GATT system, of lack of transparency, non-enforceability, ...
  • Bhatt, P.R. (Man & Development, 2001-09)
  • Sthanu, R. Nair (Hindu Business Line, 9-11-20)
    The fact that the agriculture sector in India has not experienced any significant growth during the post-economic reforms period is well established. For the revival of the sector, policy makers have suggested among others, ...
  • Balakrishnan, Pulapre; Pushpangadan, K.* (Economic and Political Weekly, 2002-01-26)
    Establishing accelerated productivity growth in the 1980s is contigent on the use of single deflation, a procedure flawed in principle. There is no credible option to double deflation when working with value added as the ...
  • Rameshan, P. (Management and Change, 1999-12)
    Analysis of this study has been done in the background of the telecom and other reforms initiated in India since 1991. The study attempts to evaluate the financial and operational performance of the three public sector ...
  • Balakrishnan, Pulapre (Economic and Political Weekly, 1999)
  • Nandakumar, Parameswar (2000)
    This paper compares the various approaches to the measurement of potential output and the NAIRU,j and identifies practical policy implications. The respective advantages an disadvantages of each method - the Okun's Law ...
  • Bhattacharya, Jyotirmoy (Social Scientist, 4-04-20)
    One of the most striking conclusions reached in Prabhat Patnaik's recent book The Value of Money (2008) is that the world monetary system is still de facto a commodity money world, despite having broken all de jure links ...
  • Sthanumoorthy, R. (Economic & Political Weekly, 2008-10-04)
    Food prices are supposed to bedriving the current inflationaryspiral. The analysis here showsthat it is "food products" and not "primary food articles" which aremainly responsible for the surge ininflation. Among food ...
  • Balakrishnan, Pulapre (Economic and Political Weekly, 2004-04)
    Conventional wisdom and current practice in India appear to privilege total factor productivity (TFP), as a measure of productivity, rather than labour productivity. However, labour productivity is a measure of potential ...

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