In this article, Anuraag talks about the possible impacts of the GSP withdrawal on India.
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, Gayatri Virmani critically analyses the relevance and effectiveness of Article 47 (the intoxication of drinks). She highlights how the negative impacts of the ban on alcohol on national highways and in some states, Bihar in particular, outweigh the positive impacts, concluding that imposing a ban on alcohol is in direct violation of an individual’s right to life and liberty.
In this article, Professor Sudip Patra discusses the idea of number operators, borrowed from quantum field theory, and used in modelling financial market scenarios.
In this article, the author Lakshita Singh looks at the points of departure and continuity in the NITI Aayog from its predecessor, the Planning Commission.
In the past few decades, rapid development in the information and telecommunications sector has greatly impacted the way we live- especially with the growing importance
In this article, Ashwath Komath revisits the arguments for the Make in India programme, nearly two years since its conception, to assess whether it is
In this essay, Kalyani Jain outlines two different economic programs ‘Make in India’ and ‘Made in India’; one the government has and another the government
Vivek Rai summarizes R. Vaidyanathan’s India Uninc., a cogent overview of the oft ignored unincorporated sector which contributes upto 45% of India’s GDP, hailing it
Can India become a global hub for innovation? Ekta Gupta endeavors to answer this question as a reflection to Nirmalya Kumar’s TED talk on India’s
Sayantan Chanda talks about the yet existing stronghold of the ‘Chaebols’ in South Korea and what consequences it holds for the South Korean economy and