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DEMONETISATION & ITS IMPLICATIONS: PAST AND PRESENT


Prof. P.K. Banerjee

8.12.2016

Demonetisation is a radical monetary step in which a currency unit’s status as a legal tender is declared invalid. The lecture discussed what demonetisation is all about and why it has been implemented. It also covered other relevant topics such as:

  • History of Demonetisation
  • Its Implications
  • Benefits of Demonetisation
  • Drawbacks of Demonetisation
  • Demonetisation and what has gone wrong
  • Can demonetisation alone root out corruption and black money?

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