The Indian Economy Blog

January 1, 2008

Want To Observe Economic Policy-Making First Hand?

Filed under: Basic Questions,Human Capital,Miscellaneous,Regulatory reforms — Prashant @ 12:57 am

The Indian Finance Ministry has launched an internship programme.
More details available here – link
Sounds fascinating. If you’re interested, apply soon, since the deadline is nigh — 15 Jan.

A courtesy salaam to Ajay Shah.

Q) Is this the first such internship programme in the Finance Ministry?


  1. Hi Prashant
    the link is not placed properly.
    – ashish

    Comment by ashish — January 2, 2008 @ 1:58 pm

  2. Not sure whether its for the first time..

    Pss.. I hink you should rephrace that question as
    whether it is useful?

    Comment by Beautiful Minds — January 5, 2008 @ 3:05 pm

  3. The United States misunderstood the preferential treatment to the income gainer and the property owner in 1925 as a correct selection.
    It was misunderstood that the tax system was irrelevant to business, and praised the boom at the high graduated income tax rate of 50-73% at that time.
    The income deregulation plan decreased to 25% was executed. The world great depression following the large sudden fall of stock prices was caused in 1929 since it continued for four years.

    It graduated increased taxes and it did and the income restriction strengthening was done from 25 rate of income tax.. % to 63->92% in dramatic form three years later.
    The result and the United States completely recovered national revenue before burst of the economic bubble of holding off, and put the rise in the unemployment rate on the real economic recovery orbit in only six years.
    However, the tax increase plan of the United States is evaluated as the policy
    unavoidably taken, and is clear also in forcing a large tax cut policy of Reagan Administration that generates large-scale fiscal deficit after 50 years and present child Bush administration.
    It graduated eased and the decrease in the income re-distribution function was caused in done Reagan tax system and Bush tax system.
    And, the proliferation of a high propensity to consume of inside low income Shasou was not able to be used.

    Comment by tyamn — January 6, 2008 @ 6:27 pm

  4. Wow – this is great. I had been looking for such kind of opportunities within India since I knew that US had them. Hopefully, this circular will be advertised enough though.

    Comment by Deebu — January 29, 2008 @ 9:37 pm

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