December 13, 2016
Question of Answers: Are the MPs Representing Voters or Parties?
Shankkar Aiyar writes about the the role played by the opposition in holding the government accountable
October 24, 2016
Sans Script, No Direction, Congress Turning into Item Song of Politics
Visiting Fellow at IDFC Institute Shankkar Aiyer, writes in this New Indian Express article about the floundering approach of Congress party in making itself relevant for the voters....
July 11, 2016
Wholesale Politics, Retail Reforms Define Post 1991 India
The article dwells into the trajectory of reforms in India and questions whether the 1991 crisis has any bearing on it
June 20, 2016
P V Narasimha Rao: Accidental PM and Accidental Reforms
IDFC Institute Visiting Fellow Shankkar Aiyar discusses P V Narasimha Rao's term as Prime Minister.
June 20, 2016
Time to Put the Rajan Affair Behind
Vivek Dehejia highlights the next steps as Raghuram Rajan prepares to move on from the RBI
May 22, 2016
Ideas-Mukt Congress Scripts Its Own Electoral Eclipse
India needs a new credible opposition.
May 18, 2016
BJP’s Gains In Assam Unrelated To Record Voter Turnouts
Anti-Incumbency in Assam not related to high voter turnout
February 19, 2016
A dream budget for India this year
Dr. Shamika Ravi, Visiting Fellow at IDFC Institute, comes up with a dream budget for India highlighting broad budget announcements that would keep India firmly on the path to equitable growth over the next hundred years....
February 12, 2016
25 Years Of Liberalisation And What Life Was Like In 1991
Luis Miranda in his Forbes blogpost talks about all that made economic reforms possible in India in 1991
November 14, 2015
It’s dissonance, stupid
District-wise analysis of how the voters of Bihar voted for the BJP and Modi in this election