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dc.contributor.authorGoel, Rajit
dc.descriptionBiosketch: Rajit Goel is a student of PGPEX batch 8 with over five years of global experience in the mining industry.en_US
dc.description.abstractThe global financial crisis affected virtually every economy in the world, and India was no exception. But India recovered from the crisis much sooner than even other emerging economies. In the crisis year of 2008/09, growth dropped to 3.9 per cent, but it recovered reasonably well thereafter. In fact, in the two years after the crisis, 2008/09 and 2009/10, growth averaged 9.0 per cent which compares favourably with the average growth of 9.5 per cent in the three years before the crisis. However in 2012/13, growth dropped to 4.7 per cent, a poor return for an economy with great expectationsen_US
dc.publisherMBAEx Magazine Committee, Indian Institute of Management Calcuttaen_US
dc.subjectGlobal financial crisisen_US
dc.subjectInflation rateen_US
dc.subjectGovernment investmentsen_US
dc.subjectCurrent account deficit (CAD)en_US
dc.subjectPrivate investmenten_US
dc.titleThe Growth-Inflation Dilemma: Who is the Real Culprit ?en_US
Appears in Collections:Volume 2, March 2015 (2nd ed.)

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