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Interviews

“Economic Reforms after 25 Years”, Interview with Shaji Vikraman, The India Express, 6 July 2016.

“Catch Up: The Next-14”, Interview with Chanpreet Khurana, Mint, 2 December 2013.

“The State of the Economy: We Only Postponed the Day of Reckoning”, Interview with Sunit Arora, Outlook, 28 October 2013.

“What makes Delhi University a top draw for students?”, Interview with V. Kumara Swamy, The Telegraph, 30 May 2013.

“Journey into Heterodoxy”, Interview with Suman Tarafdar, Indian Express , 31 August 2008.

“Don with a difference”, Lunch with BS: T N Ninan, Business Standard, 17 May 2005.

“Universities must heed wake up call”, Interview with Siddharth Varadarajan, The Hindu, 16 May 2005.

“Globes apart”, Interview with Siddharth Varadarajan, The Times of India, 3 March 2004.

“India’s fiscal crisis”, Interview with Sanjaya Baru, The Financial Express, 25 February 2002.

“Professor with an appetite for reform”, Lunch with BS: T N Ninan, Business Standard, 31 May 2000.

Articles

“Why the Economic Slowdown, and How to Fix It? ”, Mint, 13 October 2017.

“Building BRICS: Thinking Beyond National Interest”, Mint, 8 September 2017.

“A Strong Rupee Hurts the Economy”, Mint, 11 August 2017.

“Vibrant Democracy, Dormant Parliament”, Mint, 14 July 2017.

“One Belt, One Road”, Mint, 9 June 2017.

“The Decline and Fall of the Centre-Left in Europe”, Mint, 12 May 2017.

“Executive Decisions are not for Judges”, Mint, 14 April 2017.

“The Degradation of Indian Universities through Politics”, Mint, 10 March 2017.

“Union Budget: Right Priorities, Flawed Macroeconomics”, Mint, 14 February 2017.

“How to Make Publicly-Funded Elections a Reality”, Mint, 13 January 2017

“Demonetization: Politics Trumps Economics”, The India Express, 9 December 2016

“Globalization and its Political Backlash”, Mint, 11 November 2016

“1991: Economic Liberalization and Political Process”, Mint, 14 October 2016.

“Taxing Problems”, Mint, 9 September 2016

“Excellence at Universities: Our Elusive Quest”, Mint, 12 August 2016

“Brexit and Europe”, Mint, 8 July 2016

“To Plan or Not To Plan”, Mint, 10 June 2016

“Put Jobs First”, Mint, 11 May 2016

“The Great Bank Robbery”, Mint, 8 April 2016

“The Sting in The Budget”, Mint, 11 March 2016

“Two Tales of Sedition”, The Indian Express, 20 February 2016

“Beware of Deficit Fetishism”, Mint, 19 February 2016

“Great Fall of India's Exports”, Mint, 22 January 2016

“How to Fast Forward the Backward States”, Mint, 11 December 2015

“Reinvent the G-20”, Mint, 13 November 2015

“Agriculture's Long Drought”, Mint, 9 October 2015

“The Reservations Syndrome”, Mint, 11 September 2015

“North Block vs RBI: Lost in Translation”, Mint, 18 August 2015

“Make in India: Yes, but How?”, Mint, 10 July 2015

“The Interest Rate Conundrum”, Mint, 12 June 2015

“Development 2.0”, The Indian Express, 2 September 2014

“The Future Still Belongs to Emerging Markets”, Hong Kong Economic Journal Monthly, April 2014

“The West and the Rest”, The Economic Times, 13 January, 2014

“The Economy and its Crises: It's more than Inflation”, India Today, 28 October, 2013

“Catch Up in Industrialisation”, The Hindu, 26 October, 2013

“Cut off from college: the quest for undergraduate education”, The Times of India, 28 June, 2011

“The miracle and the paradox: China at 60 plus”, The Times of India, 6 October 2010

"Who is afraid of inflation?", The Times of India, 14 September, 2010

“A reversal of fortunes: the story of the global economic crisis is full of surprises and ironies”, The Times of India, 16 July 2010

“Universities in the sick bay”, The Indian Express, 25 May 2005

“Rethink governance of globalisation” The Economic Times, 2 March 2004

“Globalisation once more”, Biblio, Special Issue, 2002

Videos

Responding to Crises: Lessons Learned and Future Challenges
UNU-WIDER, Annual Conference
Helsinki, September 2016

Union Budget, 2016-17, and the Economy
Malayala Manorama Annual Lecture
Cochin, 4th March 2016

On the Past and the Future of UNU-WIDER
An Interview with Professor Deepak Nayyar

Part 1 Chairing the UNU-WIDER Board: 2001 to 2008

On the Past and the Future of UNU-WIDER
An Interview with Professor Deepak Nayyar

Part 2 The WIDER Annual Lecture 2009 and Beyond

On the Past and the Future of UNU-WIDER
An Interview with Professor Deepak Nayyar

Part 3 CATCH UP, 2013, and its Implications

On the Past and the Future of UNU-WIDER
An Interview with Professor Deepak Nayyar

Part 4 At the Intersections of Theory & Policy and Economics & History

Why Employment Matters:
Reviving Growth and Reducing Inequality

Keynote Address to the World of Work Summit
at the Annual Session of the International Labour Conference
Geneva, 9th June 2014

Catch Up:
Developing Countries in the World Economy

Book Launch at Overseas Development Institute, London, 26th November, 2013
Kevin Watkins, Chair

Catch Up:
Developing Countries in the World Economy

Book Launch at Overseas Development Institute, London, 26th November, 2013
Deepak Nayyar, Speaker

Catch Up:
Developing Countries in the World Economy

Book Launch at Overseas Development Institute, London, 26th November, 2013
Stephany Griffith Jones, Discussant

Catch Up:
Developing Countries in the World Economy

OUP Book Launch at India Habitat Centre,
New Delhi, 14th November 2013
Speakers: Romila Thapar, Amit Bhaduri and Dipankar Gupta
Author: Deepak Nayyar

Catch Up:
Developing Countries in the World Economy

OUP Book Launch at India Habitat Centre,
New Delhi, 14th November 2013
Speakers: Romila Thapar, Amit Bhaduri and Dipankar Gupta
Author: Deepak Nayyar

Oxford University Press video
7:47 minutes

Emerging Economies and the Global Crisis
Lessons from, and Prospects of China. India and Brazil
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, 27th May, 2013

Emerging Markets in the Global Economy
Professors Albert park, Deepak Nayyar, Jan Svejnar and Yang Yao
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, 27th May, 2013

India's External Balance Deficit:
Impending Macroeconomic Crisis.
Newsclick Production, 20th May, 2013

Developing Countries in the World Economy:
Falling Behind and Catching Up
Inaugural Lecture
First Congress of the Celso Furtado Centre
for International Development
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 15th August 2012

China, India, Brazil and South Africa in the World Economy:
Engines of Growth?
Public Lecture, The New School, New York
Part 1

China, India, Brazil and South Africa in the World Economy:
Engines of Growth?
Public Lecture, The New School, New York
Part 2

The Rise of China and India:
Implications for the Developing World
Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences
Hanoi, 26th February 2013

Developing Countries in the World Economy:
The Future in the Past?
WIDER Annual Lecture 12
Helsinki, 23rd February 2009
Part 1

Developing Countries in the World Economy:
The Future in the Past?
WIDER Annual Lecture 12
Helsinki, 23rd February 2009
Part 2

A Changing World....
South Centre, Geneva