Impact of Demonetization on Central Bank (RBI) Autonomy in India

Project/Slides/Presentation Transcript   Topic: Demonetization Impact on Central Bank Autonomy INDEPENDENCE OF CENTRAL BANKS Central Bank Autonomy refers to the extent of freedom realised by the central bank in its functioning, independent of executive and legislative control. It implies operational freedom. A central bank is said to be independent or autonomous if it is free from any kind of political […]

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Monetary policy of India

  Project/Slides/Presentation Transcript Subject: Business Environment, Macro-Economics Topic: Monetary Policy of India Slide 1 – Monetary policy of India presentation Slide 2 – Introduction It refers to a set of policies by the monetary authority (Central Bank) which regulate the money supply and credit flows in the economy to achieve certain macroeconomic goals . In India, RBI plays the role […]

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Taxation – Introduction, Characteristics, Objectives, Kinds, Types

Taxation refers to the act of levying taxes on the citizens of a country through a well-defined tax structure developed by the government of the country. A Tax is a compulsory payment made by the citizens of a country to the government to meet expenditures of public authorities and for the common welfare of all, without any expectations of any specified […]

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Canons of Taxation – Fundamental and Other Canons of Tax

Canons of Taxation are the fundamental principles of taxation which are used to create an effective taxation system in a country. Canons are basically characteristics of a good taxation system. A government must incorporate these canons of taxation when developing a tax structure & system in order to make the same more efficient and effective.  Fundamental Canons of Taxation The […]

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Global Subprime Crisis Impact on India

Global Subprime Crisis emerged in the US housing mortgage market in the year 2007 and gradually snowballed into a global financial crisis, leading to a global economic recession. The transmission of shocks of the crisis was mainly in two phases. First, it started with Inflation and then led to global financial crisis. There was a simultaneous increase in food and commodity […]

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Introduction to Macro Economics – Nature, Scope, Importance & More

The term ‘Macro’ has been derived from a Greek word ‘Macros’ meaning ‘large’. Thus, Macro Economics is the study and analysis of an economy as a whole. Macro Economics involves the study of: the behaviour of an economic system as a whole aggregates and averages covering the entire economy behaviour of large aggregators such as: Total Employment National Product National […]

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Rent & Types of Rent

Classical definition of Rent:   According to Caver, “Rent is the price paid for use of land” According to David Ricardo, “Rent is that portion of the produce of the earth which is paid to the landlord for the use of the original and indestructible powers of the soil”   Modern Definition of Rent: Rent is the difference between the […]

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