Thursday, October 18, 2018
Economic Growth

Economic Growth

Globalization – A Paradox?

Globalization is a historical process, the result of human innovation and technological progress. It refers to the integration of economies around the world through...

The curious case of ‘Jobless growth’ in India

The problem of “jobless growth” under the wider umbrella of Indian economy has attracted a lot of attention in media recently. Of all the...

Rajasthan’s new land titling law: A fillip to property transactions

Under its Chief Minister, Ms. Vasundhara Raje, the Rajasthan government has, taken several strides in labour and industry reforms. To invite more business by...

GST will bring forth new business model

Alignment of revenue collection through a destination-based tax structure for maximum effect is the major takeaway for the Goods and Services Tax (GST) regime...

The Economics of Inequality and the Most Deprived

Dungarpur, a tribal pocket in the south-eastern belt of Rajasthan, is barely 60km away from the tourist hotspot destination of Udaipur, which has communities...

India’s Health and Safety Standards: Biggest Hindrance to MAKE IN INDIA...

India lacks a comprehensive legislative and regulatory framework to maintain health and safety standards at workplace. A safe, clean environment with healthy working conditions is...

Powering India to equitable growth

India is a nation of around 125 crore people, growing at a fast pace. With this, the energy demand too is on the rise....

Poverty and Aspirations Failure

Conventional pro-poor policies typically tend to focus on relaxing external (material resource) constraints such as lack of credit, education or insecure property rights.  Largely...

Paul Romer’s Charter Cities: Bold Vision or Neo-Colonial Nightmare?

A few days ago the World Bank announced that its new Chief Economist, taking over from Kaushik Basu, would be New York University based...

The Direct Benefit Transfer System: Made in India

Excessive public expenditure as a result of leakages, inefficiencies and high transaction costs of social welfare programmes is a major policy concern in India...

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