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Jul 06, 2023
DRG Study No. 49: Anatomy of Price Volatility Transmission in Indian Vegetables Market
Today the Reserve Bank of India released on its website the DRG Study1 titled, “Anatomy of Price Volatility Transmission in Indian Vegetables Market”. The study is co-authored by Puja Padhi, Himani Shekhar and Akanksha Handa. The study investigates the horizontal and vertical volatility transmission for three key vegetables viz., tomato, onion and potato (TOP). Horizontal volatility transmission relates to transmission from one vegetable to another, while vertical vol
Today the Reserve Bank of India released on its website the DRG Study1 titled, “Anatomy of Price Volatility Transmission in Indian Vegetables Market”. The study is co-authored by Puja Padhi, Himani Shekhar and Akanksha Handa. The study investigates the horizontal and vertical volatility transmission for three key vegetables viz., tomato, onion and potato (TOP). Horizontal volatility transmission relates to transmission from one vegetable to another, while vertical vol
Jan 17, 2023
DRG Study No. 48: Determinants of Financial Literacy and Financial Inclusion in North-Eastern Region of India: A Case Study of Mizoram
Today the Reserve Bank of India released on its website the DRG Study1 titled, “Determinants of Financial Literacy and Financial Inclusion in North-Eastern Region of India: A Case Study of Mizoram”. The study is co-authored by Bhartendu Singh, Raj Rajesh, Ramesh Golait and K. Samuel L. The study evaluates the determinants of financial inclusion and financial literacy in the under-banked north-eastern region of India based on primary data collected through a survey in
Today the Reserve Bank of India released on its website the DRG Study1 titled, “Determinants of Financial Literacy and Financial Inclusion in North-Eastern Region of India: A Case Study of Mizoram”. The study is co-authored by Bhartendu Singh, Raj Rajesh, Ramesh Golait and K. Samuel L. The study evaluates the determinants of financial inclusion and financial literacy in the under-banked north-eastern region of India based on primary data collected through a survey in
Aug 19, 2022
DRG Study No. 47: Governance, Efficiency and Soundness of Indian Banks

The Reserve Bank of India today released on its website the DRG Study* titled, “Governance, Efficiency and Soundness of Indian Banks”. The study is co-authored by Rachita Gulati, Sunil Kumar, S. Chinngaihlian, Rajendra Raghumanda and Prabal Bilantu. This study adopts a granular research approach and empirically explores the nexus between governance, efficiency and soundness in the Indian banking industry at various disaggregation levels using the dynamic panel data mo

The Reserve Bank of India today released on its website the DRG Study* titled, “Governance, Efficiency and Soundness of Indian Banks”. The study is co-authored by Rachita Gulati, Sunil Kumar, S. Chinngaihlian, Rajendra Raghumanda and Prabal Bilantu. This study adopts a granular research approach and empirically explores the nexus between governance, efficiency and soundness in the Indian banking industry at various disaggregation levels using the dynamic panel data mo

May 24, 2021
DRG Study No. 46: Risk Premium Shocks and Business Cycle Outcomes in India
The Reserve Bank of India today released on its website the DRG Study* titled, “Risk Premium Shocks and Business Cycle Outcomes in India”. The study is co-authored by Dr. Shesadri Banerjee, Shri Jibin Jose, and Shri Radheshyam Verma. This study investigates the dynamic effects of financial shocks on the business cycle. Against the backdrop of high non-performing assets (NPAs) of banks, a financial shock is conceived to be a shock to the interest rate spread stemming f
The Reserve Bank of India today released on its website the DRG Study* titled, “Risk Premium Shocks and Business Cycle Outcomes in India”. The study is co-authored by Dr. Shesadri Banerjee, Shri Jibin Jose, and Shri Radheshyam Verma. This study investigates the dynamic effects of financial shocks on the business cycle. Against the backdrop of high non-performing assets (NPAs) of banks, a financial shock is conceived to be a shock to the interest rate spread stemming f
May 24, 2021
DRG Study No. 45: Threshold Level of Inflation - Concept and Measurement
The Reserve Bank of India today released on its website the DRG Study* titled, “Threshold Level of Inflation – Concept and Measurement”. The study is co-authored by Professor Ravindra H. Dholakia, Dr. Jai Chander, Smt. Ipsita Padhi and Shri Bhanu Pratap. The study examines the concept of threshold inflation and defines it as the long run equilibrium rate of inflation that maximises the steady state growth within the relevant range of values. The empirical findings of
The Reserve Bank of India today released on its website the DRG Study* titled, “Threshold Level of Inflation – Concept and Measurement”. The study is co-authored by Professor Ravindra H. Dholakia, Dr. Jai Chander, Smt. Ipsita Padhi and Shri Bhanu Pratap. The study examines the concept of threshold inflation and defines it as the long run equilibrium rate of inflation that maximises the steady state growth within the relevant range of values. The empirical findings of
Mar 27, 2018
DRG Study No. 44: Role of Financial Frictions in Monetary Policy Transmission in India
The Reserve Bank of India today released on its website the DRG Study titled, “Role of Financial Frictions in Monetary Policy Transmission in India”. The study is co-authored by Dr. Shesadri Banerjee, Dr. Harendra Behera, Shri Sanjib Bordoloi and Shri Rakesh Kumar. The study developed a New Keynesian Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium (NK-DSGE) model with an imperfectly competitive banking sector and examined the role of various financial frictions in monetary pol
The Reserve Bank of India today released on its website the DRG Study titled, “Role of Financial Frictions in Monetary Policy Transmission in India”. The study is co-authored by Dr. Shesadri Banerjee, Dr. Harendra Behera, Shri Sanjib Bordoloi and Shri Rakesh Kumar. The study developed a New Keynesian Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium (NK-DSGE) model with an imperfectly competitive banking sector and examined the role of various financial frictions in monetary pol
Sep 12, 2017
DRG Study No. 43: Some Macroeconomic Impacts of Different Types of Public Expenditure in India - Analysis Using a Computable General Equilibrium Model
The Reserve Bank of India today released on its website the DRG study* titled, “Some Macroeconomic Impacts of Different Types of Public Expenditure in India - Analysis Using a Computable General Equilibrium Model”. The study is co-authored by Prof. A. Ganesh-Kumar, Bipul K. Ghosh, Khaijamang Mate and Prayag Singh Rawat. The study examines the impact of various types of government expenditure on Indian economy using a recursively dynamic computable general equilibrium
The Reserve Bank of India today released on its website the DRG study* titled, “Some Macroeconomic Impacts of Different Types of Public Expenditure in India - Analysis Using a Computable General Equilibrium Model”. The study is co-authored by Prof. A. Ganesh-Kumar, Bipul K. Ghosh, Khaijamang Mate and Prayag Singh Rawat. The study examines the impact of various types of government expenditure on Indian economy using a recursively dynamic computable general equilibrium
Mar 30, 2017
DRG Study No. 42: Shocks and Inflation
The Reserve Bank of India today released on its website the DRG study* titled, “Shocks and Inflation”. The study is authored by Prof. M. Ramachandran, Pondicherry University and Shri Rakesh Kumar, Assistant Adviser, Reserve Bank of India. In general, shocks induced by supply side factors are believed to have no long-lasting impact on inflation. Therefore, inflation driven by supply shocks does not warrant any policy intervention. This DRG study documents empirical evi
The Reserve Bank of India today released on its website the DRG study* titled, “Shocks and Inflation”. The study is authored by Prof. M. Ramachandran, Pondicherry University and Shri Rakesh Kumar, Assistant Adviser, Reserve Bank of India. In general, shocks induced by supply side factors are believed to have no long-lasting impact on inflation. Therefore, inflation driven by supply shocks does not warrant any policy intervention. This DRG study documents empirical evi
Jan 29, 2016
DRG Study No. 41 - Trade Policy and Manufacturing Performance: Exploring the Level of Trade Openness in India’s Organised Manufacturing in the Period 1990-2010
The Reserve Bank of India today released on its website the DRG study* titled, “Trade Policy and Manufacturing Performance: Exploring the level of Trade Openness in India’s Organised Manufacturing in the period 1990-2010”. The study is authored by Dr. Deb Kusum Das, Department of Economics, Ramjas College, University of Delhi. The study covers the organised manufacturing sector and use-based sectors of organized manufacturing during the period 1990-91 to 2009-10. The
The Reserve Bank of India today released on its website the DRG study* titled, “Trade Policy and Manufacturing Performance: Exploring the level of Trade Openness in India’s Organised Manufacturing in the period 1990-2010”. The study is authored by Dr. Deb Kusum Das, Department of Economics, Ramjas College, University of Delhi. The study covers the organised manufacturing sector and use-based sectors of organized manufacturing during the period 1990-91 to 2009-10. The
Mar 04, 2014
DRG Study No. 40 - ‘A Study of Corporate Bond Market in India: Theoretical and Policy Implications’
The Reserve Bank of India today released on its website the DRG Study titled, “A Study of Corporate Bond Market in India: Theoretical and Policy Implications”. The study is co-authored by Prof. Sunder Raghavan, Professor of Finance, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University; and Shri Ashok Sahoo, Director, Financial Stability Unit; Shri Angshuman Hait Assistant Adviser, Department of Statistics and Information Management; and Dr. Saurabh Ghosh, Assistant Adviser, Departmen
The Reserve Bank of India today released on its website the DRG Study titled, “A Study of Corporate Bond Market in India: Theoretical and Policy Implications”. The study is co-authored by Prof. Sunder Raghavan, Professor of Finance, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University; and Shri Ashok Sahoo, Director, Financial Stability Unit; Shri Angshuman Hait Assistant Adviser, Department of Statistics and Information Management; and Dr. Saurabh Ghosh, Assistant Adviser, Departmen

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