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Sr. No. Name of Paper Appeared in
1 Transforming Indian Banking : In search of a Better Tomorrow RBI Bulletin, January 2003, pp. 9-18.
2 Globalisation : The Role of Institution Building in the Financial Sector: The Indian Case RBI Bulletin, February 2004, pp 117-151.
3 Finance for Industrial Growth RBI Bulletin, March 2004, pp 319-339 .
4 Financial Sector Reforms in India: Policies and Performance Analysis RBI Bulletin, October 2004, pp 851-876.      (Also reprinted in Economic and Political      Weekly, Vol. XL No.12, March 19-25, 2005,      pp.1106-1121 and in Tamal Datta Chaudhuri      (ed.) Financial Sector Reforms – An      IndianPerspective pp.147-198, ICFAI      University Press, 2006).
5 Ownership and Governance in Private Sector Banks in India RBI Bulletin, October 2004, pp 879-883.
6 Indian Banking and e-Security RBI Bulletin, November 2004,
     pp. 1029-1033.
7 India's Experience with Financial Sector Development in Priya Basu (Ed.)
     (With A. Prasad)
India's Experience with Financial
     Sector Development"
in Priya Basu      (Ed.) India's Financial Sector: Recent      Reforms, Future Challenges, New Delhi:      Macmillan, 2005.
8 Reforms, Productivity and Efficiency in Banking: The Indian Experience RBI Bulletin, March 2006, pp 279-293.
     (Also in The Pakistan Development
Vol. 44 : 4 Part 1, Winter 2005,
     pp. 505-538 and in G. Gopala Krishna
     Murthy(ed.) "Efficiency in Commercial
     Banks: A Global Perspective",
The ICFAI      University Press, 2008, pp. 11-31).
9 Financial Sector Reforms and Monetary Policy: The Indian Experience RBI Bulletin, July 2006, pp 773–793.
10 Evolution of Central Banking in India RBI Bulletin, June 2006, pp 681-691.
     (Also reprinted in Prajnan, Vol. XXXV, No.2,      2006-07, NIBM, Pune, pp 127-143).
11 Avian Influenza Pandemic: Preparedness within the Financial Sector RBI Bulletin, August 2006, pp 963–969.
12 Economic Growth, Financial Deepening and Financial Inclusion RBI Bulletin, November 2006,
     pp 1305–1320.
13 Capital Account Liberalisation and Conduct of Monetary Policy: The Indian Experience RBI Bulletin, July 2007, pp 1129-1154 (Also      in " Macroeconomics and Finance in      Emerging Market Economies",Volume 2      Issue 2,2009,pp.215-238. Also as Chapter 3      in "Goyal, Ashima (2012) (Ed.),      "Macroeconomics and Markets in India:
     Good Luck or Good Policy
14 Recent Financial Market Developments and Implications for Monetary Policy RBI Bulletin, October 2007, pp 1657–1667.
15 India's Financial Sector Reforms: Fostering Growth While Containing Risk RBI Bulletin, December 2007,
     pp 2199-2226.
16 The Growth Record of the Indian Economy, 1950-2008: A Story of Sustained Savings and Investment RBI Bulletin, March 2008, pp 373-397.
     (Also reprinted in Economic and Political      Weekly, Vol.XLIII No.19, May 10-16, 2008,      pp.61-71).
17 Innovation and Growth: Role of the Financial Sector RBI Bulletin, April 2008, pp 559-577.
18 Capital Flows to India RBI Bulletin, December 2008,
     pp 2047-2079. Also in BIS Papers No.44,      “Financial Globalisation and Emerging Market      Capital Flows”, December 2008.
19 Global Financial Crisis: Causes, Impact, Policy Responses and Lessons RBI Bulletin, May 2009.
20 Emerging Contours of Financial Regulation: Challenges and Dynamics Financial Stability Review, Banque de      France,September 2009, pp. 103-116 and      also in RBI Bulletin, June 2009.
21 India’s Financial Sector Reforms: Outcomes and Issues 11th Stanford India Conference
June 3-4, 2010.
22 The Future of Financial Regulation: Some Reflections  
23 Diversity to Combat Groupthink: No one size fits all for World Central Banking OMFIF