This article evaluates the recently announced education policy — the NEP. It discusses the necessity that drove the government into formulating such a document, the possibilities that entail upon its implementation, and the talk around its effectiveness in truly achieving what most of us have regarded with deep skepticism — better utilization of our people, at last.
This is a brief note on the current status of quantum revolution. Since our University has plans going on for building a complexity economics center
While the coronavirus crisis is most unique in the history of the United States, the nation’s economic history does have certain precedents for tackling the crisis of unemployment and deflation.
In times of a pandemic, where access to Courts is not easily available, arbitrary use of such laws becomes more troubling.
ABSTRACT: This article analyses corruption policy through game theory analysis of the choices of two players, the briber and the bribee. It finds that public
In a conference I attended on the Indian Economy, I was delighted by the discussion undertaken on India’s poverty paradigm consisting of panelists coming from