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Global Economic Crisis at MoneyLife foundation By Prof. Vaidyanathan on 29th July 2015 Youtube Link – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_pcMEutH_Og&feature=youtu.be Advertisements
By Prof. Vaidyanathan on 29th July 2015.
http://www.moneylife.in/article/no-new-organization-to-replace-planning-commission-please/38535.html PROF R VAIDYANATHAN | 21/08/2014 11:33 AM | Distribution of resources is no longer a relevant issue and there are plenty of specialized institutions all over India who can do the thinking and planning for the government. Let us allow the Planning Commission to achieve moksha. The Economic Timesproclaimed on the morning of 15th Augustthat the vice […]
Prof Vaidyanathan 19/08/2014 12:17 P M http://www.moneylife.in/article/6-steps-to-move-from-cozy-socialism-and-crony-capitalism/38495.html Market economy is not something Government can “impose” overnight. It requires social recognition, re-drawing social contracts and probity in public life and ethics in relationship-based transactions Three societies namely China, Russia and India are struggling to become a market-oriented economy from being in different shades of socialist […]
Prof R Vaidyanathan | 01/07/2014 05:08 PM | It is speculated that a big portion of this money goes to politicians and bureaucracy as a large number of institutes are owned, controlled and managed by politicians and business houses India is a fascinating country. The number of stock exchanges we have, as per official records is 20, […]
Speaking at an interactive session organised by Moneylife Foundation in Mumbai, Prof R Vaidyanathan said women savers and the so-called ‘unorganised sector’ are keeping India on the growth track and not the large corporate sector or foreign investments—- youtube link http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsCRxS5KEZIDYDogoUbr1WvK_nnPi23kU
Speaking at an interactive session organised by Moneylife Foundation in Mumbai, Prof R Vaidyanathan said women savers and the so-called ‘unorganised sector’ are keeping India on the growth track and not the large corporate sector or foreign investments http://www.moneylife.in/article/save-encourage-un-organised-sector-for-indias-future-says-prof-vaidyanathan/37164.html Indian women are responsible for the country’s growth with their humoungous ability to save […]