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.
Despite Haryana’s infamous skewed sex ratio and terrible treatment of women, Malayali women are marrying Haryanvi men. S.Irudaya Rajan and Sharada Srinivasan explore the strange
Swetha Meenal argues about the various visible and hidden costs of the Israeli war through an effort to link the economic impacts of the war to
The mere contemplation of the idea of redistribution seems very antagonistic of the economic system one lives in, a capitalist system if you may. If
In two essays, Ashit Srivastava looks at two aspects of the debate revolving around the two schools of thought, Libertarianism and Socialism: Right to Property
Harsh Loonker analyses the economic consequences of the proposed amendment of the Land Acquisition Act. 2013 The government promulgated an ordinance in December 2014 whereby