Ritesh Kumar Singh

Ritesh Kumar Singh is a corporate economist and former assistant director of the Finance Commission of India. You can find him on twitter @RiteshEconomist

  • Indian banks need reform, not just recapitalization

    Government financial package will fail without further action

  • How not to fix private health care in India

    Price caps on medical devices will not stop overcharging and may hit supplies

  • Modi summit with Trump falls short of expectations

    Too much divergence of interests on key economic issues

  • Developer clampdown needed to revive Indian housing market

    Unethical practices and focus on premium sector underlie housing slowdown

  • Indian tax changes will extend 'tax terrorism'

    Use of Finance Bill procedure to avoid full parliamentary scrutiny is an abuse

  • Decoding India's GDP puzzle

    Government says demonetization had no impact, but reality suggests otherwise

  • India's IT companies must look for new growth drivers

    Emerging technologies, Asian markets can offset pressure on US revenues

  • India must face up to bad debt menace

    Rise in nonperforming assets threatens to derail economic growth

  • India can't afford to miss the boat on tourism

    Government must change perceptions of the country as dirty, unsafe, overpriced

  • New notes won't wipe out India's 'black money'

  • India must resist China boycott

  • Rupee stability looks fragile

  • India's rate cut obsession

  • India's trade pact dilemma

  • Prohibition bad for India's health

  • India must persevere to reap Iran pact gains

  • New regulator can rebuild India's housing sector

  • Jaitley looks to rural India

  • China's troubles nothing for India to crow about

  • How India can ride through the next downturn