In this article, Deepanshu Mohan speaks of the need to unlearn the theoretical neo-liberalist idea of inclusive growth, to delve into a more pragmatic approach where growth and redistribution are hinged on to each other, and how government interference is imperative to purge growth inequalities that stemmed out from the pro-market policies.
For nations that have emerged from a history of economic suppression, isolation, or recession, identifying a path to higher economic growth has been a topic
The inclusion of the Yuan in the SDR is a significant move in various respects. Deepanshu Mohan analyses the possible consequences of the ‘promotion’ of
Exploring the weaknesses of India’s current relationship with Latin America, Deepanshu Mohan and Tridivesh Singh Maini identify opportunities that could prove mutually beneficial. They argue that improvements can
Deepanshu Mohan reviews India’s latest budget, presented on 28 February 2015. He argues that while the announcements signal the government is clearly working towards an investor friendly
Deepanshu Mohan considers how the influence of the RSS on the BJP has shaped the party’s actions in their first six months of power. He argues
In light of the latest Kashmir border clashes, Deepanshu Mohan asks whether India’s growing preference for economic diplomacy and a pragmatic foreign policy can beapplied to Indo-Pakistan relations.
Privately-funded higher education institutions have been materializing across India in the last few years. Anamika Srivastava & Deepanshu Mohan consider how these new universities challenge the traditional value, nature