In this article, the author discusses the trend in budgetary allocations to schemes such as MNREGA to bring out the stark reality through the data analyzed in the July Issue of Infosphere.
Our continuous reliance on civil society’s pressure in seeking justice exposes the systemic failure of the state in ensuring the protection of our blue-collared workers. Rishita Sankrit writes about the victims of industrial accidents and how monetary compensations are not enough.
Divyansh Singh provides a narrative to support the data in the Infosphere Issue on India’s labour markets.
Ascertaining labour’s intricate relationship with other agents within an economic system has been a fundamental question in the evolution of economic thought. The predominance of
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 this article, I will highlight two broad issues that were not addressed in the Prime Minister’s speech – the concerns with medical infrastructure and the problems faced by migrant labourers.
From Jan-March 2019 to July- Sep 2019, the Indian economy received a steep fall in its gross domestic product from 8.2% to 4.5%. Reasons for
In this article the author discusses the gig economy & the rise of non-traditional work. The piece also elucidates how the sharing economy is growing by leaps & bounds & reshaping the job market.
In this article the author Niharika Yadav provides a stake holder analysis of the upcoming budget.
In this article author Ankita writes about splendid coral reefs and the consequences which would occur due to the rapid destruction which is ensuing on the reefs.
In this article Mr. Ankit Malhotra examines India and the United Kingdom who share a modern partnership bound by strong historical ties. Trade dialogue between superpowers inevitably takes time, but with the input and knowledge the relationship is set to make even more history.
The essence of this article written by Viswas Viswanath is to look at the exclusion of the LGBT community through an economic lens rather than a socio-cultural one. It focuses on the influence behavioural economics has on this exclusion as well as looks at the crisis which could arise out of the “identity bias” attribute of behavioural economics. Read on to find out more!