One Month Since #Demonetisation : Linkfest

11 12 2016

On December 8th, 2016, it is one month since the Demonetisation was announced. After 30 days, many columnists and commentators have written pieces to look at this rather disruptive event in Indian economic history. This topic refuses to leave the headlines, as India is struggling to get hold of cash to get on with their daily lives. The Government has gone on a overdrive to make India adopt digital payments and become a cash-less society.

  1. Twists on the road by T.N.Ninan in Business Standard
  2. India’s cash bonfire is too much too soon by Kenneth S.Rogoff in Financial Times
  3. Fifth column : Murmurs of trouble by Tavleen Singh in The Indian Express
  4. Demonetization will cause grievous injury to the honest Indian by Manmohan Singh in The Hindustan Times
  5. “‘Modi has intense desire to do something but lacks imagination”says Ashis Nandy in The Wire
  6. India’s demoetization debacle by Sadanand Dhume in Wall Street Journal
  7. India’s botched war on cash by Bhaskar Chakravorti in Harvard Business Review
  8. Modi’s attempt to crush the black economy is hurting the poor in The Economist
  9. April 2017: Earliest India will get it’s cash back by Sahil Kini in IndiaSpend
  10. War on black money : Demoentization is a courageous reform that will bring substantive benefits by Jagdish Bhagwati and others in Times of India
  11. A monumental disaster in offing by James Wilson in his blog
  12. Costs and benefits of the currency swap I and II by V.Ananta Nageswaran in Mint

 

Newspapers are conducting surveys to assess the impact of Demonetization in the ground

  1. Demonetisation: Consumption down, but cash ban gets a thumbs up in Economic Times
  2. Express survey : 41 % feel government did not plan well for demonetization in The New Indian Express

The link to the earlier Linkfest on Demonetisation is here.Link 

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