GDP Growth Forecasts of the Reserve Bank of India – A Performance Assessment

RBI’s Oct-2020 Bulletin has this analysis article by Raj Rajesh and Vineet Kumar Srivastava. They consider RBI’s efficiency in GDP forecasting: This text evaluates the annual gross...

The case for central bank independence: a review of key issues in the international...

Rodolfo Dall’Orto Mas, Benjamin Vonessen, Christian Fehlker and Katrin Arnold of ECB on this new WP: This Occasional Paper analyses how vital expansions in central banks’ mandates,...

12 Fall Snack Recipes Under 200 Calories

Pumpkin spice, candy caramel, crisp apples and maple syrup—all of the flavors of fall you crave, for much fewer energy. We’ve rounded up our favourite autumn-themed snack...

Why are North and South India so different on gender?

Alice Evans on this piece (HT: MR weblog): Everybody is aware of that Southern and Northern India are very totally different in tradition, language, and socio-economic growth....

Superfood Saturday: All About Arugula

Leafy greens of all types are just like the league of superheroes in your nutritious diet. They pack a punch of highly effective vitamins and at all...

The new age of copper: Opportunities for Latin America

Karina Fernandez-Stark, Penny Bamber and Martin Walter on this voxeu piece talk about how the illness and the restoration packages will result in demand for copper. Will...

Think Outside the Box: All About Your Rectangle Body Shape

Whether or not you’ve taken a web based quiz or learn a weblog article about physique kind earlier than, chances are you'll not have taken all of...

RBI to conduct OMOs in State Government Bonds as well…

RBI’s coverage right now had this attention-grabbing announcement. It can conduct Open Market Operations in State Govt Bonds (referred to as as State Growth Loans or SDLs):...

Fifty shades of QE: Research by Central bankers more positive about QE than academics

Elisabeth Kempf and Lubos Pastor on this voxeu piece: The effectiveness of central banks’ asset buy programmes (‘quantitative easing’) has been a topic of intense debate in...

Subprime May Not Have Caused the 2000s Housing Crisis: Evidence from Cleveland, Ohio

Lara Loewenstein of Cleveland Fed on this analysis factors out that foreclosures had been primarily an end result of low financial development within the area. These financial...

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