The Gross Domestic Product (GDP), however, is projected to contract by a record 7.7 percent in the current financial year ending 31 March, 2021
Budget 2021: India's economic growth is likely to rebound with a 11% growth in the next financial year as it makes a 'V-shaped' recovery after witnessing a pandemic-led carnage, the Pre-Budget Economic Survey said on Friday
The CEA has been part of several expert committees in the past. Most famously, he has been part of the PJ Nayak Committee
Market mayhem: Govt, RBI to take all necessary steps to quell 'fear sentiment' around coronavirus, says CEA KV Subramanian
The government and the RBI will take all necessary steps to quell the "fear sentiment" created due to coronavirus, Chief Economic Advisor Krishnamurthy Subramanian said on Friday
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said on Friday the government has taken concrete measures to implement a planned economic strategy for achieving the five trillion dollar GDP goal by 2024
Chief Economic Advisor Krishnamurthy Subramanian on Friday said the government is focusing on increasing consumption to boost economic growth
The Economic Survey is an annual document that reviews the developments in the economy over the previous 12 months
The vision for electric mobility highlighted in Economic Survey is encouraging for electric vehicle (EV) makers and will clear doubts amongst fence sitters and motivate them to come up with new energy products, according to industry players
Economic Survey 2019 says airports, monuments, trains, roads could be named after highest taxpayers over decade
To improve tax compliance, the Economic Survey 2018-19 on Thursday suggested that the government could consider giving top-10 taxpayers in each district recognition by way of "diplomatic"-type privileges at the immigration counter, express boarding at airports, and even naming of roads, buildings and schools
Economic Survey 2018-19: CEA rejects Arvind Subramanian's claims, says hard to create wrong narrative
Chief Economic Adviser K Subramanian on Thursday seemed to rubbish his predecessor Arvind Subramanian claim of India overestimating its growth rate, saying that it is very hard to create a narrative which is different from the truth
Economic Survey 2018-19: GDP growth of 7% for current fiscal a pragmatic target, says industry bodies
Industry chambers on Thursday termed the 7 percent GDP growth for 2019-20 pegged by the Economic Survey a 'pragmatic target' that pointed towards a cautious optimism about the economy on the back of investment revival and rural consumption
The government is expected to further ease the foreign direct investment (FDI) norms with a view to bridge the widening current account deficit (CAD), according to the Economic Survey 2018-19
Chief Economic Adviser KV Subramanian on Thursday stressed that the government should stick to the fiscal consolidation path or risk crowding out investment due to large public borrowings
Economic Survey 2019 lays out blueprint to achieve vision of $5 trillion economy: CEA Krishnamurthy Subramanian
The Economic Survey 2018-19, tabled in Parliament, is the first for the new government, which came to power with an overwhelming mandate
In December 2018, the government appointed Subramanian of Indian School of Business (ISB), Hyderabad, as the chief economic advisor in the finance ministry for three years.
After a disappointing 2018, will Narendra Modi risk disapproval or court fringe elements as 2019 elections approach?
Even to his admirers, 2018 will seem a bad year for Narendra Modi, and not only because it concluded badly for the BJP in the state elections.
GDP back series data row: Former CEA Arvind Subramanian calls for expert review to solve 'puzzle' of revised figures
Subramanian, who criticised demonetisation in his new book titled 'Of Counsel: The Challenges of the Modi-Jaitley Economy', was, however, evasive when asked if he was consulted in the decision-making process on note ban.
Arvind Subramanian plays a mirror trick on NDA's note ban, changes tone out of power to turn up heat but not his stance
Arvind Subramanian is now in a Mark Antony act from Julius Caesar as he slams the government even as he seems to praise the "honourable men" who surrounded him
Eminent economist TN Srinivasan passes away; a 'guru' to many, never craved for recognition, say his admirers
Srinivasan was Samuel C. Park, Junior Professor of Economics Emeritus and Professor Emeritus in International and Area Studies at Yale University
CEA recruitment row: Flexibility in required qualifications reveals rising redundancy of role; expect a lightweight to fill position
A dispassionate view of the role and responsibilities of the CEA shows that the role of an economic advisor is increasingly becoming redundant with the creation of the PMO, PMEAC and now NITI Aayog