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Non-Performing Assets in Indian Banks: This Time it is Different
Growing non-performing assets is a recurrent problem in the Indian banking sector. Over the past two decades, there have been two such episodes when the banking sector was severely impaired by balance...
Institution: Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Mumbai
Section:Working Papers
by Rajeswari Sengupta | Published On 16 Sep 2017
Bolder Disinvestment or Better Performance Contracts? Which Way Forward for India’s State-Owned Enterprises
This paper analyses the performance of India’s Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) using measures of labour and overall efficiency and productivity indicators as opposed to financial returns. Using meth...
Institution: National Institute of Public Finance and Policy
Section:Working Papers
by Ajay Chhibber | Published On 04 Sep 2017
Monetary Transmission in India: Working of Price and Quantum Channels
The paper examines the strength and efficacy of transmission from the policy rate and liquidity provision to market rates in India, using event window regression analysis. The paper finds the interest...
Institution: Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Mumbai
Section:Working Papers
by Ashima Goyal | Published On 01 Sep 2017
Estimating the Relationship between the Current Account, the Capital Account and Investment for India
Causality from the capital account (KA) to the current account (CA) of the balance of payments indicates disruption from capital flows while the reverse can indicate smooth financing of the CA that al...
Institution: Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Mumbai
Section:Working Papers
by Ashima Goyal | Published On 01 Sep 2017
An Analysis of Revisions in Indian GDP Data
This paper studies the revisions in the annual estimates of India's GDP data. The objective of the analysis is to understand the revision policy adopted by the Central Statistical Organisation (CSO) a...
Institution: Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Mumbai
Section:Working Papers
by Amey Sapre | Published On 01 Sep 2017
Slowdown in Bank Credit Growth: Aggregate Demand or Bank Non-Performing Assets?
This paper tests the bank lending channel against the aggregate demand channel as an explanation for slow credit growth by estimating the determinants of credit and of non- performing assets (NPAs) us...
Institution: Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Mumbai
Section:Working Papers
by Ashima Goyal | Published On 01 Sep 2017
Recent Changes in Measurement of India's GDP: Overall Issues and Some Focus on Agriculture
This paper discusses (a) changes in measurement in industry and services (b) changes made in agriculture sector and (c) major issues on the measurement of GDP in new series. There are long term or leg...
Institution: Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Mumbai
Section:Working Papers
by S. Mahendra Dev | Published On 01 Sep 2017
Drivers of Farmers' Income: The Role of Farm Size and Diversification
The study finds that a U-shaped relationship exists between farm size and farm / farmer's income. The results also show that both on-farm and off-farm diversification have an inverted U-shape relatio...
Institution: Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Mumbai
Section:Working Papers
by Varun Kumar Das | Published On 01 Sep 2017
The Impact of State Medical Marijuana Laws on Social Security Disability Insurance and Workers' Compensation Benefit Claiming
The authors study the effect of state medical marijuana laws (MMLs) on Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Workers' Compensation (WC) claiming. The paper uses data on benefit claiming draw...
Institution: National Bureau of Economic Research
Section:Working Papers
by Johanna Catherine Maclean | Published On 01 Sep 2017
East Asian Financial and Economic Development
Japan, an isolated, backward country in the 1860s, industrialized rapidly to become a major industrial power by the 1930s. South Korea, among the world’s poorest countries in the 1960s,joined the rank...
Institution: National Bureau of Economic Research
Section:Working Papers
by Randall Morck | Published On 01 Sep 2017
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