Category Demonitisation

Demonetisation (DM): An appraisal

By Prof R Vaidyanathan on 02nd September 2017   Is DM a success or a failure? One thing the Demonetisation (DM) announced by PM on 8 November 2016 has done – It has made a large number of people pretend to be economists and experts. Political opposition has been vociferous from Day One about how bad a decision it is etc. No […]

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SEBI and Shell Companies in India

The Securities and Exchange Board of India has issued an ‘extraordinary’ direction on 7th august evening to stock exchanges to effectively freeze trading in 331 suspected “shell” companies. What this means is that the securities in this group will be allowed to trade only on first Monday of every month on a trade-to-trade basis and […]

‘Success of Centre’s move depends on how many notes return to the banks’

 IIMB professor R. Vaidyanathan who favoured the idea of doing away with thenow-demonetised high-denomination notes says there is more to be done http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-national/%E2%80%98Success-of-Centre%E2%80%99s-move-depends-on-how-many-notes-return-to-the-banks%E2%80%99/article16294046.ece   Years after he batted for the idea of doing away with the now-demonetised high-denomination notes, R. Vaidyanathan, professor of Finance and Control at the Indian Institute of Management Bangalore, says there […]