New Delhi: IIM Kashipur hosted Dr. KV Subramanian, Chief Economic Advisor of the Government of India, as a guest speaker in the Tejas series of webinar initiatives sponsored by the Business Relations Commission. In the Tejas series, celebrities from various industries and institutions share valuable experience gains with their students. In this flagship talk series of the Corporate Relations Committee, many celebrities from various disciplines engaged and interacted with students. Industry supporters, including but not limited to Ashish Chauhan – MD & CEO, BSE, Richard Rekhy – Directors, KPMG Dubai, Somen Ray – CFO Bajaj Auto, helped broaden students’ intellectual horizons.
Dr. Krishnamurti Sabramanian is currently the Chief Economic Adviser of the Government of India and a leader in economic policy, banking and corporate governance. A PhD at the Chicago Booth and a top-ranked IIT-IIM graduate, he wrote a groundbreaking economic study celebrating the “creation of ethical wealth” in prosperous India. His idea of tarinomics-what the average person pays for vegetarian or non-vegetarian thali-is highly regarded as India’s Big Mac Index. The numerous reforms implemented in the COVID Economic Package utilize the key reform ideas he advocated in the 2019 and 2020 economic surveys. He was also awarded the Ewing Marion Kaufman Foundation Treatise Fellowship. At the University of Chicago. He is currently away from the prestigious Indian School of Business, where he is a professor of finance. Dr. Subramanian has worked with major financial companies such as ICICI and JP Morgan Chase, has previously joined several expert committees and was a founding director of Bandhan Bank.
“Economic research outlines how the realization of markets and the private sector has created prosperity and the creation of ethical wealth,” said Dr. Subramanian. I started the session with an emphasis on the impact. He helped student fraternity understand how economic research can help shape the reforms that are taking place in today’s world. He also emphasized the importance of the ideas behind the major changes in privatization and focused on the creation of wealth. He emphasized three principles of long-term GDP growth. This includes how monetary and fiscal policies work together to boost both supply and demand, how CAPEX and revex enable growth without high inflation, and an increase in the multiplier effect when focusing on government spending. Includes methods. With Capex rather than Revex. He showed interesting insights from economic research and the impact of policy responses on pre-COVID levels. This was an interactive session where guests answered student questions on a wide range of topics such as inflation targeting, quantitative easing, health reform, and withdrawal of investment.
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