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Jasmine Makkar

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Jasmine Makkar is a first year PGDM- Finance Student at SPJIMR. She has completed her graduation in Economics(H) from Lady Shri Ram College, DU. She enjoys writing, dancing and is a theatre enthusiast.

Jasmine Makkar is a first year PGDM- Finance Student at SPJIMR. She has completed her graduation in Economics(H) from Lady Shri Ram College, DU. She enjoys writing, dancing and is a theatre enthusiast.

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Renminbi - The next world currency?

The rapid growth of the Chinese economy over the past decade has been led by the reforms at a structural level that have made the economy move towards being more market-oriented.  Moving ever-so-slightly towards a market determined exchange rate, the country is trying to internationalise its currency (Renminbi) by increasing

Should the NDA Go Ahead With the Proposed Direct Cash Transfers?

 The task of eliminating poverty and inclusive growth has been on the Indian government's agenda ever since we gained independence in 1947. More than 60 years have passed and still about one-third of our total population is below the poverty line. In order to further its aim of eliminating poverty

What the Modi government needs to do to harness India's demographic dividend

Mahatma Gandhi once remarked, 'Man becomes great exactly in the degree in which he works for the welfare of his fellow-men.' Same is the case with a country. A nation becomes great when the government works for the interest and benefit of its citizens. Social infrastructure is in a dire

How has Japan fared under Abenomics?

How has Japan fared in its economic experiment-'Abenomics'?In December 2012, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe launched an economic experiment to revive Japan's sluggish economy, fighting deflation from the start of the 21st century. The plan 'Abenomics', named after the Prime Minister seeks to use "three-arrows" to push demand and thus stimulate