Indira Rajaraman taught for 18 years at the Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Bangalore. She subsequently held the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Chair at the National Institute of Public Finance and Policy (NIPFP), Delhi, until her retirement in 2007. Prof. Rajaraman was a member of the 13th Finance Commission, whose recommendations covered the fiscal years 2010-2015. She was in several committees that shaped the process of financial and fiscal reform over the last two decades, and served as member of the Board of Directors of the RBI for a four-year term (2011-2015). A book collection of her writings in the financial press, titled Economically Speaking, was published in January 2016 by Academic Foundation.
How to go about chasing black money
30 Jan 2017
In the context of demonetisation, Indira Rajaraman argues that the focus of any sustainable reform of the taxation structure must be on reducing flows of tax evasion, not going after existing caches of black money.
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