Ashima Goyal

Ashima Goyal

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Name: Ashima Goyal
Designation: Professor
Education: Ph.D. (Economics), Bombay University. M.Phil. Delhi School of Economics.

Ashima Goyal is widely published in institutional and open economy macroeconomics, international finance and governance, with more than a hundred articles in national and international journals. She has also authored and edited a number of books including Macroeconomics and Markets in Developing and Emerging Economies (Routledge: UK. 2017) and A Concise Handbook of the Indian Economy in the 21st Century (OUP: India, 2015). She edits the Routledge journal Macroeconomics and Finance in Emerging Market Economies; has provided consultancy to ADB, DEA, GDN, UNDP, RBI, UN ESCAP and WB; is active in the Indian policy debate; and has served on several government committees, boards of educational and of financial institutions, including the RBI technical advisory committee for monetary policy. Currently she is a Member of the Prime Minister’s Economic Advisory Council, a Public Interest Director at IDBI bankCARE Ratings, and SBI Mutual Fund. She contributes a monthly column to the Hindu Business Line. She was a visiting fellow at the Economic Growth Centre, Yale University, USA, and a Fulbright Senior Research Fellow at Claremont Graduate University, USA. Her research has received national and international awards. She won two best research awards at GDN meetings at Tokyo (2000) and Rio de Janeiro (2001), was selected as one of the four most powerful women in economics, a thought leader, by Business Today (2008), and was the first Professor P.R. Brahmananda Memorial Research Grant Awardee for a study on History of Monetary Policy in India since Independence (2011), which was published by Springer in 2014.

Research Interests: Open economy macroeconomics, international finance, financial markets and regulation, institutions and development.

Books and Journal Special Issues

  • Macroeconomics and Markets in Developing and Emerging Economies, Ashima Goyal. Routledge: UK. 2017. [About]
  • Special Issue Macroeconomics and Finance in Emerging Market Economies, ‘Unconventional Monetary Policy in Emerging Markets’, 9(2). 2016. June. DOI:10.1080/17520843.2016.1180835.[About]
  • A Concise Handbook of the Indian Economy in the 21st Century, Goyal, A. (ed.). OUP: New Delhi. 2015. ISBN: 9780199460991 [About]
  • Handbook of Indian Economy in the 21st Century: Understanding the Inherent Dynamism, Ashima Goyal (ed). OUP- India, 2014. [About]
  • History of Monetary Policy in India Since Independence. Ashima Goyal (ed). Springer Briefs in Economics. India: Springer. 2014. [About]
  • Special Issue Macroeconomics and Finance in Emerging Market Economies. ‘Policy complexity, rate volatility and potential buffers’, Vol. 8 (1) and (2), 2015. March. [About]
  • Macroeconomics and Markets in India: Good luck or good policy? Ashima Goyal (ed). Routledge- UK, 2012[About]

Articles in Journals

  • "The Effect of Oil Shocks and Cyclicality in Hiding Indian Twin Deficits’ (with Abhishek Kumar), Journal of Economic Studies, Forthcoming. 2017. Earlier version IGIDR working paper no. WP-2017-005. [Full text]
  • 'Indian Banking: Perception and Reality’, Economic and Political Weekly, Special Issue on Money, Banking and Finance, 52(12), pp. 77-84. 2017. [About]
  • 'Multiple Reserve Currencies and Renminbi Use’ (with Satyendra Kumar Gupta), Journal of International Commerce, Economics and Policy, Forthcoming. 2017. Earlier version IGIDR working paper no. WP-2014-010. [Full text]
  • 'Estimating the Indian Natural Interest Rate: A semi-structural approach’ (with Sanchit Arora), Economic Modelling, 58, pp. 141–153. November. 2016.[Full text]
  • 'Conditions for Inclusive Innovation with Application to Telecom and Mobile Banking’, Innovation and Development. 2016. DOI:10.1080/2157930X.2016.1187845.[Full text]
  • ‘Introduction: Unconventional Monetary Policy in Emerging Markets’, in Goyal, A., D. Nachane and S. Sarkar (eds.), Macroeconomics and Finance in Emerging Market Economies, special issue on ‘Unconventional Monetary Policy in Emerging Markets’, 9(2). June. 2016. DOI:10.1080/17520843.2016.1180835. [About]
  • ‘Why Tax Effort Falls Short of Tax Capacity in Indian States: A Stochastic frontier approach’, (with Sandhya Garg and Rupayan Pal), Public Finance Review. 2016. DOI: 10.1177/1091142115623855.[Full text]
  • ‘Payment Systems to Facilitate South Asian Integration’, South Asia Economic Journal, 16(2), 2015. [About]
  • ‘Understanding High Inflation Trend in India’, South Asian Journal of Macroeconomics and Public Finance, 4(1) 1–44. 2015. [Full text]
  • ‘Optimality of Base Rate System of Loan Pricing of Developing and Emerging Market Economies: An Evaluation’, (with Jugnu Ansari), Banks and Bank Systems, Vol. 9(3), pp. 74-82. 2014.
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  • ‘Separating Shocks from Cyclicality in Indian Aggregate Supply’ (with Shruti Tripathi), Journal of Asian Economics, 38, pp. 93-103. 2015. [Full text]
  • ‘Introduction: Understanding Volatility in Emerging Markets’. Special issue on ‘Emerging Markets: Structure and Shocks’, Ashima Goyal (ed.), Macroeconomics and Finance in Emerging Market Economies, 7(1). [Full text]
  • ‘Sustaining Indian growth: Interests versus Institutions’, India Review, 14(3): July-September. 2015. [About]
  • ‘Stability and Transitions in Emerging Market Policy Rules’(with Shruti Tripathi), Indian Economic Review, XLIX(2), 153-172, July-December. [Earlier version]
  • ‘Psychology or Cyclicality: Rural Wage and Inflation Dynamics in India’ (with Akash Kumar Baikar), Economic and Political Weekly, 50 (23), pp. 116-125. June 6, 2015. [Full text]
  • ‘Purchasing Power Parity, Wages and Inflation in Emerging Markets’, Foreign Trade Review, 49(4), pp. 327-347. 2014. [About]
  • ‘Banks, Policy, and Risks: How Emerging Markets Differ’, International Journal of Public Policy, 10 (1, 2 & 3): 4–26. 2014 [Full text]
  • ‘Inferring India's Potential Growth and Policy Stance’ (with Sanchit Arora), Journal of Quantitative Economics, 11(1 & 2). January-July [Full text]
  • ‘The Future of Financial Liberalization in South Asia’, Asia-Pacific Development Journal, 19(1): 63-96. June, 2012. [Full Text]
  • ‘The Indian Exchange Rate and Central Bank Action: An EGARCH Analysis’ (with Sanchit Arora ), Journal of Asian Economics, 23(1), February, 2012. [Full text]
  • ‘New Keynesian Aggregate Supply in the Tropics: Food Prices, Wages and Inflation’ (with Shruti Tripathi), International Journal of Monetary Economics and Finance, 4(4): 330-354, 2011. [About] [Earlier version full text]
  • ‘A General Equilibrium Open Economy Model for Emerging Markets: Monetary Policy with a Dualistic Labor Market’, Economic Modelling, 17(2): 112-132, April, 2011. [Full text]
  • ‘Sustainable Debt and Deficits in Emerging Markets’, International Journal of Trade and Global Markets, 4(2), 2011 [About] [Earlier version full text]
  • ‘Distant Labour Supply, Skills and Induced Technical Change’, Information Analysis and Policy, 19(2): 133-150, June 2007. [Full text]
  • ‘Exchange Rate Regimes: Middling Through’ Global Economic Review, 35(2): 153-176, June 2006, [Earlier version full text]
  • ‘Corporate Social Responsibility as a Signaling Device for FDI’, International Journal of the Economics of Business, 13(1): 145-163, February, 2006, [Earlier version full text]
  • ‘Asian Reserves and the Dollar: Is Gradual Adjustment Possible?’ Global Economy Journal, 5 (3), Article 3, [About] [Earlier version full text]
  • ‘Real and Financial Sector Interaction under Liberalisation in an Open Developing Economy’, (with Shridhar Dash), Meteroeconomica, 51(3): 257-283, 2000. [Full text]
  • ‘Sticky Relative Prices, Dynamics and the Closure Debate’, Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 190(2), 1996-97. [Full text]
  • ‘Growth Dynamics in a General Equilibrium Macroeconomic Model for India', Journal of Policy Modeling, 16(3): 265-289, 1994. [Full text]

In Books

  • 'Emergence of cross-border taxation and firm behaviour’, (with Sandhya Garg), Chapter 4, in Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS): The Global Taxation Agenda, Parthasarathi Shome (ed.), pg 73-93. Wolters Kluwer (India) Pvt Ltd: Mohalli, Punjab. 2017 [About]
  • 'Foreign Exchange Markets, Intervention and Exchange Rate Regimes’, Chapter 23 in Malabika Roy and Saikat Sinha Roy (eds.) International Trade and International Finance: Explorations on Contemporary Issues, pp. 469-492. New Delhi: Springer India. 2016. DOI: 10.1007/978-81-322-2797-7_23. [Earlier version]
  • 'Banks Competition, Managerial Efficiency and the Interest Rate Pass-through in India’ (with Jugnu Ansari), Chapter 15 in Risk Management Post Financial Crisis: A Period of Monetary Easing, Jonathan A Batten, Niklas F Wagner (eds.), CSEFA 96 special issue, Vol 96, Emerald publishers. 2014 [Earlier version]  
  • 'External shocks’, Chapter 3 in S. Mahendra Dev (ed.), India Development Report 2015, pp. 36-51, New Delhi: IGIDR and Oxford University Press. 2014. [Earlier version]
  • ‘The Economics of Tax Issues in G20’ (with Sandhya Garg), chapter in Shome, P. (ed.) G20: The Global Taxation Agenda: Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS). New Delhi: Cambridge University Press, Forthcoming. 2016.
  • ‘Foreign Exchange Markets, Intervention and Exchange Rate Regimes’, in Malabika Roy and Saikat Sinha Roy (eds.) International Trade and International Finance: Explorations on Contemporary Issues. Springer India: New Delhi. 2016. DOI: 10.1007/978-81-322-2797-7_23. [Earlier version]
  • Banks Competition, Managerial Efficiency and the Interest Rate Pass-through in India’ (with Jugnu Ansari), chapter in Risk Management Post Financial Crisis: A Period of Monetary Easing, Jonathan A Batten, Niklas F Wagner (eds.), CSEFA 96, 2014 [Earlier version]
  • ‘External shocks’, in S. Mahendra Dev (ed.), India Development Report 2014, New Delhi: IGIDR and Oxford University Press. 2014. [Earlier version]
  • Institutions, incentives and interests. Chapter in Bimal Jalan and Pulapre Balakrishnan (eds.). Politics Trumps Economics. pp. 65- 83. New Delhi: Rupa. 2014.
  • ‘Propagation Mechanisms in Inflation: Governance as Key’, India Development Report 2012, chapter 3 in S. Mahendra Dev (ed.), New Delhi: IGIDR and Oxford University Press, pp. 32-46, 2012.
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  • ‘Exchange Rate Regimes and Macroeconomic Performance in South Asia’. Routledge Handbook on South Asian Economies, (ed.) Raghbendra Jha, 2011. [Earlier version]
  • 'Hedging' entry in Princeton Encyclopedia of the World Economy, Ramkishen S. Rajan, Kenneth A. Reinert (eds.), Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2009. [About]

See full list in CV and more links in homepage.

  • 'Abductive Reasoning in Macroeconomics', IGIDR Working Paper no WP-2016-022. [Full text]
  • 'A DSGE Model-Based Analysis of the Indian Slowdown’ (with Abhishek Kumar). IGIDR working paper no. WP-2017-003. [Full text]
  • ‘Government Expenditure in India: Composition, Cyclicality and Multipliers’ (with Bhavyaa Sharma). IGIDR working paper no. WP-2015-032. [Full Text]
  • 'Reserve Currencies: Can Multiplicity Work?’ (with Satyendra Gupta). IGIDR working paper no. WP-2014-010. [Full text]
  • Monetary Policy Transmission in India
  • Twin deficits and oil shocks
  • International policy coordination

Current Research: Modeling the Indian macroeconomy, monetary and fiscal policy, open economy issues, global governance, pro-growth incentive structures.

  • Co-editor Money and Finance in Emerging Market Economies (Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, see www.informaworld.com/mfeme) since 2007.
  • UNESCAP: Payment Systems to Facilitate South Asian Intra-regional Trade’. ESCAP South and South-West Asia Development Papers 1403. 2014.[Full text]
  • ADB: ‘Understanding High Inflation Trend in India’. Working Paper Series, no. 24. 2014. [Full text]
  • UNESCAP: ‘Inflationary pressures in South Asia’, published in Asia-Pacific Development Journal, Vol. 17(2), pp. 1-42, December, 2010. [Full text]
  • ADB: ‘Asian Clearing Union: Current Status and the Way Forward’. ADB Project Report, 2011.
  • First Professor P.B. Brahmananda Memorial Research Grant Award: “History of Monetary Policy in India since Independence” [Full text]
  • Ministry of Finance: ‘Financial Regulation and the G 20: Options for India’ for ICRIER-DEA Project on G-20. 2011, published as: ‘Financial Regulation and the G20: Options for India’ chapter in The G20 Macroeconomic Agenda: India and the Emerging Economies. Parthasarthi Shome (ed). Cambridge University Press- Delhi. 2014.
  • RBI: ‘Monetary Policy, Forex Markets, and Feedback Under Uncertainty in an Opening Economy,’ Development Research Group, Department of Economic Analysis and Policy, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai, Study No. 32, 2009, (with R. Ayyappan Nair and Amaresh Samantaraya). [Full text]
  • World Bank-IMF-GDN: project on “Reducing Endogenous Amplification of Shocks from Capital Flows in Developing Countries” published as: Incentives from Exchange Rate Regimes in an Institutional Context’, Journal of Quantitative Economics, 6(1&2), pp. 101-121, January & July, 2008. [Full text]

Current Optional Course:

“Topics in International Economics and Finance”.

Past courses taught: Advanced macroeconomics, and Development Theory and Policy

Current Ph.D students

  • Krittika Banerjee: Exchange Rate Policy: Role of Policy Spillover from other Countries and Policy Cooperation
  • Akhilesh Varma: External Debt Securities in Emerging Markets
  • Akash Kumar Baikar: Financial Intermediaries and Macroeconomics
  • Vaishnavi: Essays on Capital Flows in India
  • Sandhya Garg: Essays in Indian Fiscal Federalism