The paper by Kartikeya Dwivedi discusses a new narrative of Chinese growth drawing parallels from history and throwing light on the secret of the economic rise of China by arguing that there exists a middle class which has made a thriving trade off between political oppression and economic freedom.
The author Surya Rajkumar, discusses about the Carillion crisis in great detail in the following article and talks about the major lessons that India can learn from it. Read on in order to understand better.
This article throws light upon the gun control debate of America has been happening since the 1990’s. Meher Piplani, discusses elaborately about the second amendment which has long been used to protect gun owners from restrictive firearm regulation, but now more than ever, gun control needs to be enforced in order to reduce the many instances of gun violence in America.
In this article ,Danish, the author, discusses how the policy changes in Saudi Arabia due to oil crisis has had an impact on expatriates of other countries especially India.
Janeesha Singh, in this article, looks the Forest Rights Act and evaluates how it is only a mere piece of legislation which has no impact whatsoever in bringing about a positive change into the lives of the tribal communities who are very much dependent on these forests and share a different kind of connection with them.
The author, Harshitaa Prakash, in this article, looks at the impact of socialism on the economies in the world with a special focus on the Latin Community of South America. She does so by looking at the impacts of it in countries like Venezuela and Chile, and by evaluating the role of America in this.
In light of the wave of climate denial by the current US administration, Janeesha Singh, in this article tries to contemplate if the climate change is actually the biggest threat as the entire world believes it to be or is it a hoax as President Trump is referring to it.
Through her latest article, Rose Joby decodes the sudden rise in popularity of right wing politics all over the world which started with US president Donald Trump and is creating ripple effects all over the world with the likes of Marine Le Pen and Norbert Hofer rising in western democracies.
Professor Sudip Patra, in this article, discusses about the numerous battles of ideas among great minds on what should be the right interpretation of the theory. Read on to know more about what he has to say in this regard
Srivatsan Manivannan has herein reviewed Akerlof and Shiller’s book Animal Spirits: How Human Psychology Drives the Economy, and Why It Matters for Global Capitalism. He has first explained the authors’ take on ‘animal spirits’ – it’s definition and analysis, as per them. He then goes on to discuss to fascinating cases covered by the book. He then also evaluates the authors’ belief about the occurrence of crisis even then. He believes that the book provides a well-thought lens with which not merely economists, but all people can view the world.
Sanjana Medipally in this article reviews the author’s take on the definition of debt and the institutions of capitalism. Graeber concludes arguing for “a new jubilee of biblical style” meaning a remission of all debts.
In this review, Viswas Viswanath describes the author’s intent behind writing this book. He goes on to describe the progression of the human history and the changing nature of the economy in terms of the flow of money and power.