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Friday, January 31, 2014

Indian Financial Code: A big picture expository paper

Ila Patnaik and I have a gentle, big picture, expository paper (January 2014) which has been released by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

This is a useful starting point before you go on to the key materials about the IFC:
  1. The FSLRC report (March 2013)
  2. The Indian Financial Code (March 2013). This file is now obsolete and deprecated.
  3. The blog post on the Handbook (January 2014)
  4. The Handbook (December 2013)
  5. The blog post on the task forces (September 2014) and the blog post on setting up the FRA (June 2015).
  6. The Indian Financial Code version 1.1 (July 2015). Please use this as the current version.

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