July 18, 2015
Twin demons of 2004 – Chandrababu Naidu’s loss and wrong lessons
Praveent Chakravarty asks if economic reforms really abetted Naidu's downfall in 2004.
July 06, 2015
A Europe sans union
Holes in the euro zone may lead to an unravelling of other elements of the union
July 04, 2015
90% Of Hindi Voters Sealed Indira Gandhi’s Fate
There were 376 constituencies in which there was a Congress candidate under Indira Gandhi’s leadership in both the 1971 and 1977 elections.
July 03, 2015
Le Corbusier's model city of Chandigarh
IDFC Institute's Pritika Hingorani interviewed by Financial Times on the planned city of Chandigarh
July 01, 2015
I am happy to over-invest in technology: IDFC’s Rajiv Lall
The way the world is moving, branches are becoming less relevant to connect with customers, says Rajiv Lall
June 26, 2015
Book Review | Inequality: What can be done?
IDFC Institute's Vivek Dehejia writes in Mint: "Atkinson seems to harbour the conceit of scientific socialism that if only we try hard enough, the govt can fix everything that ails us."
June 21, 2015
Why Real Estate Prices In Mumbai Remain Sky High
The economics of rent-seeking help explain the strident opposition to Mumbai's new development plan.
June 21, 2015
The Maggi and Modi affair
IDFC Institute's Vivek Dehejia writes in Mint: "Without a sound regulatory framework that runs itself, individuals will falter, and everyone will suffer."
June 16, 2015
The 5% Poison Pill For Lalu Yadav
There is a clear decline in percentage of voters choosing the RJD or JD(U) or Congress combined in every election since the 2005 October Vidhan Sabha elections.
June 08, 2015
A political gridlock in India
The ordinance route or a joint session of Parliament is a legitimate response to the conundrum that our founders bequeathed us