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Prof. Viral Acharya Op-Ed: The missing bears of emerging markets

The following is a LiveMint op-ed written by Viral Acharya: The rupee continues to weaken against currencies such as the dollar. Some might refer to it as a free fall. While regulators and the government are designing moves intended to … Continue reading

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Prof. Acharya on Inflation-indexed Bonds

The following is an Live Mint/Wall Street Journal op-ed written by Professor Viral Acharya. In an important policy statement, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) recently announced that it will issue Rs.12,000-15,000 crore of 10-year maturity inflation-indexed bonds (IIBs) in … Continue reading

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Breaking the bank-sovereign nexus

The following Op-ed was written by Viral Acharya on livemint.com, “Breaking the bank-sovereign nexus: The ownership structure of India’s debt seems problematic from the view of financial and economic stability” The unique feature of the global financial crisis that began … Continue reading

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Corporate Governance, Emerging Markets, State-Owned Banks: Thoughts from Viral Acharya

The following interview “Political Influence on State-Owned Enterprises: The True Obstacle to Private Sector Growth in Emerging Markets?” with Professor Viral Acharya was conducted by the Corporate Governance Forum. The most interesting piece on corporate governance I read recently was…. … Continue reading

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India in the 21st Century: Register Now!

Why not ring in the New Year with a vibrant discussion on emerging markets in India? NYU Stern is hosting a full day conference in Mumbai, India on January 11, 2013. NYU Stern Professor and conference chair Rohit Deo will … Continue reading

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