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.
A piece on India’s ailing electronics manufacturing sector by Deepanshu Mohan and Mehak Malhotra argues that unintended oversight in a hurried liberalisation policy as
In a highly integrated global economy, the actions of central banks of developed countries generate significant spillovers for developing economies. Richa Sekhani explores the possible
Institutions and Geography change slowly. Moderate changes in country specific circumstances produce discontinuous changes in economic performances. This is a comparative study of the economy
In quota reforms which have been long overdue, the IMF has increased the voting share of emerging economies. But is this enough? Richa Sekhani tries