Category Economy

Prof R. Vaidyanathan & Rajiv Malhotra on the Global and Local Economic Mess

By Prof R Vaidyanathan on 03rd July 2017 Link:

The Craze for Big banks

 By Prof R. Vaidyanathan on 05th April 2017 Now the clamor is for big; bigger and biggest. Particularly in the banking sector. After the merger of subsidiaries with SBI there is a talk of merging other banks. The chief of Kotak opines that five banks will only remain in future. This craze for big banks […]

EU—R.I.P –1993-2018

The idea of Europe or “Project Europe” as it used to be called had its origins in the post second world war situation when some countries felt need for peace and deeper cooperation. French Foreign Minister Robert Schuman presented a plan for deeper cooperation in 1950. This was essentially for control of Steel and Coal […]

War Clouds over Europe: Are we prepared?

I wrote in 2013 about “Europe Going Down” [] Quote “The European economic and social crisis is becoming worse with each passing day. One business channel asked me in 2008 how long it might take to recover and I responded saying 40 quarters — they never came back to interview. But now I forecast it […]

CIBIL—Should our Credit Data Be with a Foreign Company?

CIBIL—Should our Credit Data be with a Foreign Company? Prof R. Vaidyanathan You want a loan for a house or flat from a commercial bank then your CIBIL score is important for the bank. CIBIL’s products, especially the CIBIL Score and the credit information report [CIR] are very important in the loan approval process. The […]

Talk on “Global Economic Crisis” by Prof. R. Vaidyanathan

By Prof. R Vaidyanathan on 7th August 2016 Swadeshi Jagran Manch, Mumbai. Prachita, 1st floor, Sakharam Keer Marg, Off Lady Jamshedji Marg, Mahim, Mumbai 400016 Phone: 022-24307194. Website: 

Lecture on Global Economic Crisis on 7th August 2016

Namaste ================================================= Swadeshi Jagaran Manch, Mumbai In association with Shree Bhagwat Pariwar Invites you to Inaugural lecture of “Swadeshi Manthan Lecture Series” on  Global Economic Crisis By Prof. R. Vaidyanathan On Sunday , 7th August 2016 from 9.30 to 1.00  at The Seminar Hall, 1st Floor, Thakur College of Science & Commerce, Thakur Village, Kandivali […]

Brexit And End of Globalisation?

By Prof. R Vaidyanathan on 14th July 2016 When Britain voted to leave EU [called British Exit—or Brexit] the Dutch Prime minister Mark Rutte said “England has collapsed politically, constitutionally and economically” [Financial Times 29-06-2016] The vote by Britain has also impacted the unity of United Kingdom since Scotland and Northern Ireland wanted to continue […]

Ways Means Testimony


A Delicate Balancing Task achieved

All budgets are in a sense compromises with different stakeholders. Whether it is a housewife making budget for home or a Chief Finance officer for a company or Finance minister for the Government. The core issue is that expenditure is always larger than revenues. Government can rely on Nasik press and Corporates on Banks. But […]