| Papers & Speeches
|| Banking & Financial Sector
||Name of Paper
||Transforming Indian Banking : In search of a Better Tomorrow
||RBI Bulletin, January 2003, pp. 9-18.
||Globalisation : The Role of Institution Building in the Financial Sector: The Indian Case
||RBI Bulletin, February 2004, pp 117-151.
||Finance for Industrial Growth
||RBI Bulletin, March 2004, pp 319-339 .
||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).
||Ownership and Governance in Private Sector Banks in India
||RBI Bulletin, October 2004, pp 879-883.
||Indian Banking and e-Security
||RBI Bulletin, November 2004,
||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.
||Reforms, Productivity and Efficiency in Banking: The Indian Experience
||RBI Bulletin, March 2006, pp 279-293.
(Also in The Pakistan Development
Review, 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).
||Financial Sector Reforms and Monetary Policy: The Indian Experience
||RBI Bulletin, July 2006, pp 773–793.
||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).
||Avian Influenza Pandemic: Preparedness within the Financial Sector
||RBI Bulletin, August 2006, pp 963–969.
||Economic Growth, Financial Deepening and Financial Inclusion
||RBI Bulletin, November 2006,
||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?",Routledge)
||Recent Financial Market Developments and Implications for Monetary Policy
||RBI Bulletin, October 2007, pp 1657–1667.
||India's Financial Sector Reforms: Fostering Growth While Containing Risk
||RBI Bulletin, December 2007,
||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).
||Innovation and Growth: Role of the Financial Sector
||RBI Bulletin, April 2008, pp 559-577.
||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.
||Global Financial Crisis: Causes, Impact, Policy Responses and Lessons
||RBI Bulletin, May 2009.
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.
India’s Financial Sector Reforms: Outcomes and Issues
||11th Stanford India Conference
June 3-4, 2010.
The Future of Financial Regulation: Some Reflections
Diversity to Combat Groupthink: No one size fits all for World Central Banking