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REF 107 : The Indian financial system
Between openness and modernity

Présentation

While in the mid-2000s the Indian economy took off on a China-like trajectory with four years of above 9% growth, the downturn of the world economy since 2008 has led to serious doubts on the resilience of the Indian model. The essential question is whether India can tackle the structural challenges resulting from globalisation, whose future itself is more than uncertain and pessimistic. Financial questions are at the forefront of these challenges. The Indian financial system would do well to initiate a second series of reforms.
The issue provides an overview of the Indian financial system largely unknown in France.

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Sommaire
 Introduction  
Jean-Joseph BOILLOT, Pierre JACQUET
Ancien conseiller financier en Inde, conseiller économique, club du CEPII.
Président, Global Development Network.

Macroeconomic perspectives

 Saving and Investment in the Indian Long-Term Growth: Perspectives and Challenges for the Financial Sector  
Jean-Joseph BOILLOT
Ancien conseiller financier en Inde, conseiller économique, club du CEPII.
 Growth, Resilience and Reform: Post-Crisis Policy Challenges  
Subir GOKARN
Vice-gouverneur, Reserve Bank of India (RBI).
 The Global Economic Context and the 12th Five Year Plan Agenda  
Saumitra CHAUDHURI
Commission de planification indienne et Comité de conseillers économiques auprès du Premier Ministre.
 Indian Growth: A Review of the Macroeconomic Challenges  
Christophe COTTET
Économiste, Division analyse macroéconomique et risque-pays, Agence française de développement (AFD).

Cyclical aspects and economic policy

 The Role of the Reserve Bank of India in Economic Policy: A Balance Sheet Approach  
Edgardo TORIJA-ZANE
Économiste, Département de recherche, Natixis.
 External Deficits and the Decline in Domestic Saving: A Hurdle for the Financing of India’s Development  
Philippe FERREIRA
Stratégiste, Corporate and Investment Banking, Société générale.
 How Effective is Monetary Policy in India?  
Abdenor BRAHMI, Kavdamane ETOILE
Conseiller financier, Ambassade de France en Inde.
Économiste en charge des questions de développement, Ambassade de France en Inde.

Structural problems

 Developments in the Indian Financial Sector  
Richard HERD
Département des affaires économiques, Organisation de coopération et de développement économiques (OCDE).
 Preparing Indian Banks for Global Competitiveness: Strategic and Policy Perspectives  
Subir GOKARN
Vice-gouverneur, Reserve Bank of India (RBI).
 Asset Returns in the Indian Stock Market and its Linkage with Indian Macroeconomic Fundamentals  
A. KANAKARAJ, B. Karan SINGH
Consultant principal, Risques liés aux produits de base, Hewlett Packard.
Consultant, Conseil indien de recherche sur les relations économiques internationales (ICRIER)
 Indian M&A: Regulatory and Tax Landscape  
Kalpesh MAROO, Bobby PARIKH, Sharath RAO
BMR Advisors, Inde.
 Microfinance in India: Growth, Crisis and the Future  
Vijay MAHAJAN, T. NAVIN
Fondateur et président, BASIX Social Enterprise Group ; président, Microfinance Institutions Network of India et ExCom de CGAP ; doyen par intérim, The Livelihood School.
Faculté The Livelihood School.
 Perspectives on Financial Inclusion  
Rakesh MOHAN
Vice-gouverneur, Reserve Bank of India (RBI) (2002-2004 ; 2005-2009) ; senior fellow, Jackson Institute of Global Affairs, Yale University.
 The Challenge of Globalization: Some Reflections from the Reserve Bank Perspective  
Duvvuri SUBBARAO
Gouverneur, Reserve Bank of India (RBI).


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