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TCA Srinivasa Raghavan
Associate Editor, Business Line

# Do Economic Sanctions Work? (Asian Institute of Transport Development, New Delhi , 1999.
# Infrastructure Finance (Asian Institute of Transport Development , New Delhi , 2000),
“Does Say’s Law Work in Education?” (“Economic Reforms for the Poor” edited by Subhasis Gangopadhyay, Konark, 2000).
# Governance and Sustainable Development in Transport (Transport and Communications Bulletin for Asia and the Pacific, No 71, UNESCAP, 2002).
# Open Access in Power: The International Experience (Margin, April-June 2004, NCAER).


He is currently the Associate Editor of Business Line. He holds the position of senior consultant to the Asian Institute of Transport Development. He has also worked as a consultant to the Reserve Bank of India . He has also been Advisor to the Director, the Indian Council for Research on International Economic relations (ICRIER). Mr Raghavan started his career with the Eastern Economist (1980-82), and went on to work for the Financial Express (1982-85) and the Indian Express (1985-89). Later he served as an Associate Editor of the Economic Times (1989-94) and Business Standard (1994-97). He has been a Visiting Fellow at Oxford (1990), Cambridge (1983) and at the Delhi School of Economics, Delhi University (1999).  

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