Friday, November 14, 2008

Subir Roy orthodoxy mind

Mr Roy writes in the BS “The Indian central bank was never totally independent and should not be. In ordinary times monetary and fiscal authorities have to maintain macro-economic stability and, in exceptional times, have to break as many rules as they need to in order to maintain social stability”.

Of course there are many more anomalies in his analysis about India and the world economy

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