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Excellent book for CS Mains General Studies- Economics

I am a civil services aspirant. Last year I came upon this great book on economic issues called Penny Panache: Piecing the Economic Puzzle by Dr Rachna Singh. It was given to us by a prestigious IAS Preparatory Institute in Delhi, I was enrolled with. The articles on contemporary economic issues were lucid but incisive and covered a vast gamut of topics. The same author has released her second book called Financial Felicity: Making Sense Of Money Matters recently. Like the earlier book this book has a collection of 40–50 articles on present-day economic issues like GST, demonetization, RERA, IBC, bank NPAs, bank mergers etc. It is available online at Amazon. I hope you find it useful.
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  • Prag2300 said:

    I am a civil services aspirant. Last year I came upon this great book on economic issues called Penny Panache: Piecing the Economic Puzzle by Dr Rachna Singh. It was given to us by a prestigious IAS Preparatory Institute in Delhi, I was enrolled with. The articles on contemporary economic issues were lucid but incisive and covered a vast gamut of topics. The same author has released her second book called Financial Felicity: Making Sense Of Money Matters recently. Like the earlier book this book has a collection of 40–50 articles on present-day economic issues like GST, demonetization, RERA, IBC, bank NPAs, bank mergers etc. It is available online at Amazon. I hope you find it useful.

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