Arvind Subramanian may join Ashoka University
Arvind Subramanian is expected to join as a full-time professor in the spring of 2020.
Arvind Subramanian defends his GDP overestimation argument
Lending more credence to his argument, he said that no country has grown over 7% w...
RBI's reports never mentioned possible IL&FS crisis: Arvind Subramanian
The IL&FS crisis had contagious effect on the NBFC sector as liquidit...
CEA rejects Arvind Subramanian claims, says hard to create wrong narrative
Former CEA Arvind Subramanian in his research paper last month men...
Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (MBA)
University of Oxford (M Phil, D Phil)
View: Arrested development or attention deficit?
Government's economic policies will combine strident welfarism with tough love for businesses and markets.
View: Beyond the facade of feel-good growth numbers lies a picture of gloom
Ex-CEA Subramanian had showed that between 2011-12 and 2016-17, India’s growth had been hugely inflated.
View: What's wrong with Arvind Subramanian's GDP math
Subramanian makes self-contradictory claims and draws mathematically incorrect conclusions.
View: Why Arvind Subramanian's GDP over-estimation argument is flawed
Subramanian made the dramatic claim that the real GDP in India grew between 3.5% and 5.5% during 2011-17.
Former CEA rubbishes government arguments; sticks to claim of India overestimating GDP growth
In a new paper 'Validating India's GDP Growth Estimates', the former CEA said he had indicated his doubts on the growth numbers in the Economic Survey in 2015 as well as mid-year Economic Analysis.
EAC-PM rejects Arvind Subramanian's claim on over-estimation of GDP
The EAC-PM asserted that India's GDP estimation methodology is on par with its global standards.
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