Kiran Nanda

Kiran Nanda is an economist, and a former director of Economic Research & Training Foundation.

Stories By Kiran Nanda

Farm liberalisation still 
has a long way to go

Farm liberalisation still has a long way to go

Politics and vested interests keep agriculture from living the 1991 Eureka moment. The farm bills have put agricultural reforms on auto-p...Read More

E-commerce races ahead despite odds

E-commerce races ahead despite odds

Covid proved the black swan event that gave it a massive fillip, with 'work from home' (WFH) gaining prominence. Globalisation has given ...Read More

When will there be a full-fledged economic recovery? Depends

When will there be a full-fledged economic recovery? Depends

Predicting a definite pattern seems difficult, as many uncertainties prevail -- like, how soon will an effective vaccine be discovered, h...Read More

Reserve Bank of India (RBI)

Recast globalisation and nationalism

These are the most unprecedented and uncertain times we have ever had to face. Historically, pandemics have been portals for extraordinar...Read More

We all are passing through an economic as well as health emergency

We all are passing through an economic as well as health emergency

COVID-19 outbreak, which emerged suddenly and quickly spread-out across nations has caused serious, uncertain and unprecedented times. Th...Read More

Best time for India to take advantage of the trade skirmishes between USA and China

Best time for India to take advantage of the trade skirmishes between USA and China

The trade skirmishes between the USA and China have been going on for last three years, which have negatively affected trade relations be...Read More

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman

Budget 2020: Coherent economic game plan expected

Indian economy is in an undeniable slowdown mode, which is specific and not associated with either high inflation or falling Sensex or se...Read More

Strategic disinvestment push is must for gaining competitiveness

Strategic disinvestment push is must for gaining competitiveness

BPCL’s strategic disinvestment by March 31 is crucial to the government achieving its FD target of 3.3% of GDP. Blue chip PSUs - IOC and ...Read More

Quick diligence, to benefit from USA-China trade friction thaw

Quick diligence, to benefit from USA-China trade friction thaw

These for the time being, have hopefully subsided, thanks to the phase one trade deal between the two powers expected to be signed early ...Read More

India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi attends the 3rd Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) Summit in Bangkok.

RCEP retreat is a pause, not a stop

India’s decision to stay out of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) deal for the time being has inadvertently proved u...Read More

Accentuate economic potential

Accentuate economic potential

New technologies developing fast. Labour market groping for a new normal affected by disruptions pertaining to global competition and str...Read More

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