August 14, 2017
Towards Building a People’s Police
Robert Peel laid the foundation for future police forces way back in 1829, which continues to guide them even now.
August 02, 2017
What Does The Biographer Of Aadhaar Think Of It?
An Exclusive Interview with Shankkar Aiyar, author of ‘Aadhaar: a Biometric History of India’s 12 Digit Revolution’ on the politics, personalities, principles and persuasions behind Aadhaar.
August 01, 2017
Domination in 18 States and NaMo's Opportunity For Reforms
In a "management takeover", the BJP has converted an enemy into a frenemy, uninstalled a regime and installed its own - almost as if an app was being replaced.
July 21, 2017
Colourism in Indian Politics
Studying electoral consequences of candidate skin colour.
July 20, 2017
Dichotomy of the Indian Economy
India's economic narratives and how to fix the plumbing.
July 20, 2017
Reuben Abraham Speaks at the East West Forum in Italy
Reuben Abraham Speaks at the East West Forum in Italy.
July 19, 2017
Lateral Entries to Reform Civil Services
The PMO requests proposal for middle-rung lateral entry in ministries dealing with the economy and infrastructure.
July 18, 2017
GST may bring Stability in the Infrastructure Sector
GST will provide much-needed growth for India’s infrastructure.
July 17, 2017
India and the Mundell-Laffer Policy Mix
Based on the Mundell-Laffer supply-side approach, one can view economic policy (and reforms) in the context of three broad buckets: tax and spending policy, monetary policy, and regulatory policy
July 11, 2017
NPAs, Non-Performing Actions and Systemic Risks to Public Monies
The article discusses the threat of NPAs and ways to recapitalise public sector banks in India.