November 21, 2016
Demonetisation and Political Realignment in India
Partial demonetisation has ensured a substantial shift in the political discourse to economic issues.
July 06, 2016
Minimum Government, Maximum Governance: A Manifesto for a Limited State
The article stresses the importance of a strong but limited state i.e. minimum government, maximum governance
July 05, 2016
India’s Pragmatic Liberalism
The article argues that the trajectory of economic reforms in India is incremental and not dynamic
May 19, 2016
Two Years of Reform
In this Indian Express article, Dr. Arvind Panagariaya, Vice Chairman, NITI Ayog reflects on the economic reforms initiated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi led NDA Government durings its two years in office. The article opines that "substantial pr...
May 11, 2016
Modinomics at Two: Is it Working for India and its Citizens?
Senior Fellow Vivek Dehejia in conversation with Kalpana Kochhar (IMF), Derek Scissors (American Enterprise Institute) and Milan Vaishnav (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace) to discuss Modinomics at Two: Is it Working for India and its Ci...
April 28, 2016
Vivek Dehejia invited as a panelist at an upcoming AEI event - "Modinomics at two: Is it working for India and its citizens?"
Visiting Fellow in Political Economy, Vivek Dehejia will be a member of a distinguished panel on "Modinomics at Two", moderated by Sadanand Dhume with Milan Vaishnav Derek Scissors and Kalpana Kochhar at the American Enterprise Institute....
April 25, 2016
It’s the Story, Stupid
Ideas are self-evidently important, but it is often the better story which carries the day.
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
December 07, 2015
Slow and Steady at Midway
The BJP has sensed a shift in the political economy, and has reacted with an increased urgency to pursue reforms.
November 08, 2015
Bihar results: The buck stops with Narendra Modi, Amit Shah
Vivek Dehejia writes in Mint: "Modi projected himself as the BJP’s electoral face in Bihar, he campaigned tirelessly, and the campaign was masterminded by his trusted aide, Amit Shah—and they lost".