It was also agreed that specific issue papers will also be brought out by members to address key concerns and linkages will be established with key national institutions.
The Prime Minister's Economic Advisory Council (PMEAC) has rejected the idea of mid-year fiscal stimulus to spur a revival in economic growth. The other focus areas are monetary policy, public spending, agriculture and animal husbandry, institutions of economic governance, patterns of consumption and production and the social sector.
Debroy said there was a consensus among the members about the various reasons for the slowdown of the economy. In the quarter April to June 2017, the GDP growth fell to 5.7 per cent from 7.9 per cent in the corresponding period past year.
Roy, however, acknowledged that economic growth had slowed down in the country and said the Council would examine the causes behind it, "which may be multiple". While constituting the EAC last month, the government said the Council can up issues "either suo-motu or on reference from the Prime Minister or anyone else". Principal Adviser of NITI Aayog Ratan P Watal will be the council'a member secretary and Dr Surjit Bhalla, Dr Rathin Roy and Dr Ashima Goyal its part-time members.
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Not only has the PMEAC revived the debate on fiscal stimulus, but also implicitly identified the likely priorities for next year's Union budget.
During the meeting, Chief Economic Advisor Arvind Subramanian focused attention on accelerating economic growth - including investments and exports - using a combination of different policy levers.
"We have identified 10 themes that we would initially work on till we have our next meeting one month from now", Debroy said. Progress on these ten topics will be appraised when the EAC-PM formally meets again in November. The RBI cut economic growth forecast to 6.7 per cent from earlier projection of 7.3 per cent.
The majority view in the government is not inclined towards relaxing its fiscal deficit target of 3.2% of gross domestic product for the current financial year.
Responding to the International Monetary Fund slashing India's growth forecast for 2017-18 to 6.7 per cent in its October projection from 7.2 per cent in April, Rathin Roy said the body's estimates were wrong 80 per cent of the time. This has prompted several agencies to lower India's growth forecast.
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