This article talks about how the bilateral relationship between Turkey and Qatar is turning out to be the strongest and is setting an example for the rest of the world.
This post tries to see economics through the lens of feminism and understand the workings of gender roles in an economy.
This post brings out the different factors which result into pay gap predicament suffered by women. It also provides an insight as to how to mitigate the problem.
Aditi Singhal looks at GDP calculation through a feminist lens. The article highlights the problem of gender-biases and the short-coming of only including manufactured capital into accounts.
Anuradha Basu looks at the need and relevance of Article 370 in the present time. She analyses the present situation and the interests of various stakeholders to evaluate whether it’s time to abrogate Article 370.
The article, originally published on ‘The Millennial Investor’ discusses how the stock markets have been crashing all around the world because of a strong position of the US stock market. It diligently connects this with the increasing interest rates. However, the good news remains that there doesn’t seem to be chances of a prolonged financial crisis…
Elisa Salaúde, through her article talks about Local Content Policy (LCP) in Mozambique which has come into limelight after the discovery of vast amount of natural resources. In this article she presents a template of some important measures that can be included in Mozambique’s LCP. Read on…
In this article by Vrinda Bhandari, Renuka Sane and Bhargavi Zaveri, they examine the foundations required to make UIDAI work properly looking far beyond the public discourse on privacy concerns and the power “Aadhaar” gives to the government. Read On..
Dionísio Missomal, throws light on how crucial foreign aid is in providing effective primary education with a special reference to conditions prevalent in Mozambique. It is divided into four sections which discuss the various implications and history, as well as assesses on availability of foreign aid. Read On…
by Ajay Shah and Bhargavi Zaveri. There is much economic sense in achieving rapid disclosure about default. Volume 1 of the report of the Bankruptcy
Danish MC, closely analyses of the recurrent phenomenon of smog which envelops the National Capital Region each year. It reveals the dangerously high levels of air pollution caused due to this phenomenon. It further studies the sources of this pollution and suggests solutions to tackle these issues, giving examples of effective methods used in certain parts of the country. Read on..