Through this article, the author tries to elaborate on compulsory licensing as a legal instrument which can indirectly guarantee that the patients get access to essential commodities like life-saving drugs.
The article, originally published on ‘The Millennial Investor’ discusses why investing in stock markets is not as good an idea as people deem it to be because people don’t really know and understand the concept of stock markets. Read on to find out why he says that.
Budgets in India have often suffered from a hope versus reality conundrum. Deepanshu Mohan uses the examples of Minimum Support Price, the healthcare scheme, and wage inequality to illustrate how when hope does not necessarily translate into reality.
A deconstruction of the divergence between the economic situation of the country and its social progress in light of the recent Union Budget.
Kaainat Pundir, analyses the effect of the Union Budget for FY-2018 on the infrastructure Sector. The article also delves into the role of private investment alongside budgetary allocation to boost infrastructure.
In this article the author looks at the various health schemes brought out by government under 2018-2019 budget, which he also calls as the biggest resource allocation for health schemes in the history of India.
This article analyses Student Loans and Interest Rates in the United States of America (US) and India. It utilizes statistics and incorporates a multidisciplinary ‘socio-economic’ approach to describe the impact of the current interest rates and student loans in both of the aforementioned Economies. Alternatives to Student Loans such as subsidies and scholarships are discussed.
In this article Mr. Ajay Shah argues that India should focus on solving policy mistakes and taxation to improve the condition of financial markets rather than taking up protectionism tools which in turn leads to an increase in the cost of participation in the Indian Economy.