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An Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Government Intervention in Education Sector
The issue of government intervention in the education sector is an integral element of considerations of human capital, which itself is a precursor to societal economic growth. On the one hand, it has...
by Markandeya Karthik | On 05 Dec 2021
“If you compete with us, we shan't marry you” : The (Mary Paley and) Alfred Marshall Lecture
Alfred Marshall and Mary Paley Marshall are often described as the first academic economist couple. Both studied at Cambridge University, where Paley became one of the first women to take the Tripos e...
by  | On 15 Nov 2021
Prakriti Karyashala Case Studies: Bringing Balance to the Ecosystem: Restoring Degraded Wildlife Habitats
Restoring wildlife habitat around Shivnagari, Ajmer, Rajasthan has ensured that domestic animals of the village are no longer under threat. This has also meant better pastureland for the cattle with...
by Anjali P Iyer | On 13 Feb 2021
IMF and Big Business for Universal Vaccination Better Red, than Dead
The me-first policy on vaccine sharing will bring losses of $203 billion to $5 trillion to rich countries, while the returns are the highest if they support global universal vaccination.
by Prabir Purkayastha | On 02 Feb 2021
Economic Survey 2020: Chapter 10-The Bare Necessities
Access to “the bare necessities” such as housing, water, sanitation, electricity and clean cooking fuel are a sine qua non to live a decent life. This chapter examines the progress made in providing a...
by Ministry of Finance  | On 30 Jan 2021
ADB’s Comprehensive Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic has become a major global crisis that requires country, regional, and global intervention, as well as collaboration to mitigate damage to economies and peop...
by Asian Development Bank | On 25 Jan 2021
Weekend Rumniations: Don't bet just yet on Bangladesh as South Asia's economic champion
Bangladesh might overtake India this year by per capita income in nominal dollars, but it is not yet close to becoming South Asia's economic powerhouse anytime soon.
by T.N. Ninan | On 17 Oct 2020
Shifting Paradigms in Urbanism
Covid-19 has provided a magnifying glass which highlighted the fragility of our urban systems and suggested new ways to address the related challenges. The aftermath of COVID many paradigms may change...
by  | On 16 Oct 2020
It is not enough to have a strong govt; you need a strong country
While the govt has done many things right, it has also made mistakes that have weakened India. It should acknowledge challenges, reverse economic slide, and build national cohesion.
by T.N. Ninan | On 27 Jul 2020
Introduction: Political Journeys in Health - Essays by and for Amit Sengupta
Understanding science is the only way to understand the microbe—SARS-CoV-2—and what it does to our bodies. Fighting a pandemic requires a well-functioning public health system. The crisis created by...
by  | On 20 Jul 2020
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