Buy Books Online > Cultural studies > Before And After The Global Crisis
Before And After The Global Crisis: Book by T.T Ram Mohan

Before And After The Global Crisis

Product Details:    Share this by email:

ISBN: 9788121211758    Publisher: Gyan Publishing House Year of publishing: 2013     Format:  Hardback No of Pages: 352        Language: English
obtained his doctorate from the Stern School of Business, New York University. He worked in consultancy and the financial sector before entering academics.Prof Ram Mohan has been New York Correspondent...Read more
obtained his doctorate from the Stern School of Business, New York University. He worked in consultancy and the financial sector before entering academics.Prof Ram Mohan has been New York Correspondent for The Economic Times and, for the past 15 years, has been writing a fortnightly column for the paper. Prof Ram Mohan specialises in the financial sector and the subject of privatisation. He has authored four books: The Big Picture: Reflections on our economic times; Privatisation in India: Challenging economic orthodoxy; Regulation of financial intermediaries in emerging markets (co-edited with Rupa Rege Nitsure); and Brick by Red Brick: Ravi Matthai and the Making of IIM Ahmedabad.Prof Ram Mohan was Visiting Faculty at the Stern School of Business, NYU, in 2001. He has served on several committees of the RBI. He is currently on the boards of several companies,Contents:- Contents # Preface : PART - I : INDIAN ECONOMY : . Macro Economy : A Commission flawed at birth l Don't let China : give you a complex l Get set for the coming boom : l A string of positives l Is credit growth a concern : l Much ado about outward FDI l Loan waiver : could be a positive l Pay Commission hike is only : per cent l Keeping MNCs at bay on home : turf l Small ticket reform helped India l A : 'new normal' for inflation l Can services led : growth continue ? l No, it's not a downward spiral. : . Reform : Practitioners of political economy l Growth : without 'reforms' l Time to shed 'reform' blinkers : l Mythology of post reform growth l Redefining : the reform agenda l Indira Gandhi the reformer. : . Fiscal Consolidation : Fiscal deficit no longer a bugbear l States lose as : centre gains l Time to revisit the FRBM Act : l More transparency, please l We withdrew : stimulus last year! l UPA defines a new trade off. : . Disinvestment : Myths that lead a charmed life l Divest Shourie : of his portfolio l Clearly wrong on this one l A : framework for disinvestment l Wrong, Messrs : Shourie and Sinha l Booming sensex, smiling : GoI l Why Air India is in trouble. : PART - II : INDIAN BANKING : . Banking Sector Reforms : Is it time to open up to foreign banks? : l Reforming the banking sector l New private : banks: don't say 'yes' when you want to say 'no'. : Before and after the Global Crisis : . Policies and Prospects : Tread warily on bank mergers l Banking's : 'impossible trinity' l Beware of bank autonomy : l Mr Chidambaram has a point l Banking story : is intact l A fair deal for bank customers l We're : all for public ownership now l A new paradigm for : lending rates l A crisis proof banking sector : l Let foreign banks into rural areas l Tread warily : on new private banks l HRD in banks is more : than just pay l RBI mustn't dictate bank margins. : . Strategy : The shape of things to come l PSBs must get : cracking on HRD l Beware of bank consolidation : l Grow but don't try to rule the world l Stormy : tide favours Indian banks. : . Inclusion : An ambitious blueprint l Priority sector as an : opportunity l Five myths about microfinance : l MFIs: Malegam misses the point. : PART - III : WORLD ECONOMY : . Global Crisis : Puzzles about the world economy l Market, not : economic crisis l Can we prevent a subprime crisis? : l From the sub-prime to the Ridiculous l Ten : Regulatory Lessons from the Sub-Prime Crisis : l Crisis won't upset US dominance l How to respond : to asset bubbles l Post-crisis Regulation: a : Contrarian Perspective l Why the Greek rescue : will fail l Crisis losses and rescue costs l G : accord needs US policy shift l Small economies, : big headaches l Who says it doesn't pay to default? : l IMF lessons and other tales l Greek jolt to world : economy l A continuation, not a repeat, of : l IMF's bold recipe for recovery. : . International Banking : Coping with tsunami like risks l Citi Citi Bang Bang : l Sorry, you can't touch my bonus l Banking's : governance disaster l Wall Street model crumbles : Micro Economy : l Wall Street fact and fiction l Managing risk in : today's world l Will banking become boring : l Goldmine Sachs is an illusion l Banks that can : be run by idiots l Tame the economy, if not the : banks l Banks, relax until the next crisis l Occupy : Wall Street lacks focus l Boards and bank failures. : PART- IV : MANAGEMENT AND GOVERNANCE : . Corporate Governance : Taming the corporate despots l Only first among : equals l Reinvention of family business l The : fading of public companies? l Time to rethink : governance l A new paradigm for management? : l Reining in rogue bonuses l Peter Drucker lives : on l Board memberships as careers l It's ok to : keep it in the family l How to pick a CEO : l Managing without managers. : . Education and B-Schools : The glamour's in the numbers l Discontent of : Summers l Ravi Mathai the living legend l Can : management gurus manage? l Crisis: are B schools : to blame l IITs and IIMs: Yash Pal is wrong : l Foreign varsities as mentors l Begone, : management gurus! l Let IIT directors retire at : l A tale of three jubilees l Soaring costs of : higher education l Universities as growth engines. : PART - V : INDIAN POLITY : . Political Class : Beliefs that took a beating l A crumb or two of : comfort l Crisis: bring in the politicians l Fear not : the regional parties l Don't demonise the politician. : . Affirmative Action : l Quotas: why commonsense won't do l Forward with : Ambedkar l Costs and benefits of quotas l India Inc : must rethink HRD. : Index.About The Book:- About The Bookthe Indian Economy Has Been Through Something Of A Roller-Coaster Ride Since 2004. There Was A Period Of Boom In 2004. Then Came The Global Crisis, A Sharp Deceleration In India'S Growth Rate And A Waning Of Confidence About India'S Economic Prospects Both At Home And Abroad.This Collection Of Articles, Written For The Economic Times And The Economic And Political Weekly, Provides An Intelligent - And Often Off-Beat- Analysis Of Events In The Indian Economy As Well As The World Economy Over The Period 2004-2012.As The Financial Sector Has Been At The Heart Of The Crisis, The Indian Banking Sector As Well As International Banking Come In For Close Scrutiny. The Book Also Takes In Its Stride Developments In The Indian Polity, And A Range Of Issues Relating To Management And Governance. Written In The Readable And Hard-Hitting Style For Which The Author Is Well-Known, The Book Is At Once A Chronicle And A Critique Of A Turbulent Period For The Indian Economy As Well As The Global Economy., About The Author:- T T Ram Mohan, Professor Of Finance And Economics At Iim Ahmedabad, Graduated From Iit Bombay And Iim Calcutta, And Obtained His Doctorate From The Stern School Of Business, New York University. He Worked In Consultancy And The Financial Sector Before Entering Academics.Prof Ram Mohan Has Been New York Correspondent For The Economic Times And, For The Past 15 Years, Has Been Writing A Fortnightly Column For The Paper. Prof Ram Mohan Specialises In The Financial Sector And The Subject Of Privatisation. He Has Authored Four Books: The Big Picture: Reflections On Our Economic Times; Privatisation In India: Challenging Economic Orthodoxy; Regulation Of Financial Intermediaries In Emerging Markets (Co-Edited With Rupa Rege Nitsure); And Brick By Red Brick: Ravi Matthai And The Making Of Iim Ahmedabad.Prof Ram Mohan Was Visiting Faculty At The Stern School Of Business, Nyu, In 2001. He Has Served On Several Committees Of The Rbi. He Is Currently On The Boards Of Several Companies,, Content:- Preface : Part - I : Indian Economy : . Macro Economy : A Commission Flawed At Birth L Don'T Let China : Give You A Complex L Get Set For The Coming Boom : L A String Of Positives L Is Credit Growth A Concern : L Much Ado About Outward Fdi L Loan Waiver : Could Be A Positive L Pay Commission Hike Is Only : Per Cent L Keeping Mncs At Bay On Home : Turf L Small Ticket Reform Helped India L A : 'New Normal' For Inflation L Can Services Led : Growth Continue ? L No, It'S Not A Downward Spiral. : . Reform : Practitioners Of Political Economy L Growth : Without 'Reforms' L Time To Shed 'Reform' Blinkers : L Mythology Of Post Reform Growth L Redefining : The Reform Agenda L Indira Gandhi The Reformer. : . Fiscal Consolidation : Fiscal Deficit No Longer A Bugbear L States Lose As : Centre Gains L Time To Revisit The Frbm Act : L More Transparency, Please L We Withdrew : Stimulus Last Year! L Upa Defines A New Trade Off. : . Disinvestment : Myths That Lead A Charmed Life L Divest Shourie : Of His Portfolio L Clearly Wrong On This One L A : Framework For Disinvestment L Wrong, Messrs : Shourie And Sinha L Booming Sensex, Smiling : Goi L Why Air India Is In Trouble. : Part - Ii : Indian Banking : . Banking Sector Reforms : Is It Time To Open Up To Foreign Banks? : L Reforming The Banking Sector L New Private : Banks: Don'T Say 'Yes' When You Want To Say 'No'. : Before And After The Global Crisis : . Policies And Prospects : Tread Warily On Bank Mergers L Banking'S : 'Impossible Trinity' L Beware Of Bank Autonomy : L Mr Chidambaram Has A Point L Banking Story : Is Intact L A Fair Deal For Bank Customers L We'Re : All For Public Ownership Now L A New Paradigm For : Lending Rates L A Crisis Proof Banking Sector : L Let Foreign Banks Into Rural Areas L Tread Warily : On New Private Banks L Hrd In Banks Is More : Than Just Pay L Rbi Mustn'T Dictate Bank Margins. : . Strategy : The Shape Of Things To Come L Psbs Must Get : Cracking On Hrd L Beware Of Bank Consolidation : L Grow But Don'T Try To Rule The World L Stormy : Tide Favours Indian Banks. : . Inclusion : An Ambitious Blueprint L Priority Sector As An : Opportunity L Five Myths About Microfinance : L Mfis: Malegam Misses The Point. : Part - Iii : World Economy : . Global Crisis : Puzzles About The World Economy L Market, Not : Economic Crisis L Can We Prevent A Subprime Crisis? : L From The Sub-Prime To The Ridiculous L Ten : Regulatory Lessons From The Sub-Prime Crisis : L Crisis Won'T Upset Us Dominance L How To Respond : To Asset Bubbles L Post-Crisis Regulation: A : Contrarian Perspective L Why The Greek Rescue : Will Fail L Crisis Losses And Rescue Costs L G : Accord Needs Us Policy Shift L Small Economies, : Big Headaches L Who Says It Doesn'T Pay To Default? : L Imf Lessons And Other Tales L Greek Jolt To World : Economy L A Continuation, Not A Repeat, Of : L Imf'S Bold Recipe For Recovery. : . International Banking : Coping With Tsunami Like Risks L Citi Citi Bang Bang : L Sorry, You Can'T Touch My Bonus L Banking'S : Governance Disaster L Wall Street Model Crumbles : Micro Economy : L Wall Street Fact And Fiction L Managing Risk In : Today'S World L Will Banking Become Boring : L Goldmine Sachs Is An Illusion L Banks That Can : Be Run By Idiots L Tame The Economy, If Not The : Banks L Banks, Relax Until The Next Crisis L Occupy : Wall Street Lacks Focus L Boards And Bank Failures. : Part- Iv : Management And Governance : . Corporate Governance : Taming The Corporate Despots L Only First Among : Equals L Reinvention Of Family Business L The : Fading Of Public Companies? L Time To Rethink : Governance L A New Paradigm For Management? : L Reining In Rogue Bonuses L Peter Drucker Lives : On L Board Memberships As Careers L It'S Ok To : Keep It In The Family L How To Pick A Ceo : L Managing Without Managers. : . Education And B-Schools : The Glamour'S In The Numbers L Discontent Of : Summers L Ravi Mathai The Living Legend L Can : Management Gurus Manage? L Crisis: Are B Schools : To Blame L Iits And Iims: Yash Pal Is Wrong : L Foreign Varsities As Mentors L Begone, : Management Gurus! L Let Iit Directors Retire At : L A Tale Of Three Jubilees L Soaring Costs Of : Higher Education L Universities As Growth Engines. : Part - V : Indian Polity : . Political Class : Beliefs That Took A Beating L A Crumb Or Two Of : Comfort L Crisis: Bring In The Politicians L Fear Not : The Regional Parties L Don'T Demonise The Politician. : . Affirmative Action : L Quotas: Why Commonsense Won'T Do L Forward With : Ambedkar L Costs And Benefits Of Quotas L India Inc : Must Rethink Hrd. : Index.
Read less

Recommended Books for you - See all

Price: Rs. 990   Rs.735
You save: Rs.255
Vendor : Gyan Books Pvt.Ltd, Delhi
BUY NOW

FREE SHIPPING | Delivered in 5 working days

(Cash on delivery available)

Be assured. 7 days Return & Refund Policy.
Click here

2 offers starting from Rs. 735

Rs.735   FREE SHIPPING

In stock | Delivered in 5 working days

Gyan Books Pvt.Ltd, Delhi

Add to cart

Rs.980   FREE SHIPPING

In stock | Delivered in 5 working days

Anshika Books, Delhi

Add to cart

Rs.200 OFF

on purchase of Rs.500 & above

1.Click on Add to Cart & Proceed to Checkout
2.Under payment options, choose
"Redeem Coupon Code/Gift Certificate"
3.Enter Promo Code "SHOP200"
4.Get Rs.200 off, Pay Balance Amount

Valid upto 21st July,13

Rs.200 OFF

on purchase of Rs.500 & above

Terms & Conditions