November 23, 2016
Why We Need to Debate the ‘One Nation, One Election’ Idea Further
This “one nation, one policy” notion is deeply flawed and ill-suited for the India of today when the differences among its states are the starkest in the world
November 18, 2016
To Curb Black Money, Strike at the Business Model of Politics
Shankkar Aiyar, Visiting Fellow at IDFC Institute writes about adopting a holistic action plan to curb black money
October 27, 2016
Accidental India: A History of the Nations Passage Through Crisis and Change | Book Review
Shankkar Aiyar’s ‘Accidental India: A History of the Nations Passage Through Crisis and Change’, presents a thought-provoking perspective on the economic and political history of post-independence India. Combining academic rigor with journal...
October 21, 2016
How About An Outcome Budget Before Budget 2017?
Suffice to say that the government spends more money than it earns and faster than can be counted. The moot question being asked by tax payers – those paying income tax as also those paying excise on match boxes and service tax on the mobile rechar...
October 20, 2016
Dr. Vivek Dehejia Presents a Lecture "Where is India Going?" at the LUISS Guido Carli in Rome
Vivek Dehejia Presents a Lecture "Where is India Going?" at the LUISS Guido Carli in Rome on the ease of doing business in India.
October 19, 2016
GST Council Discusses a Four-Tier Rate Structure
The GST Council discusses a four-tier rate structure and agrees on compensation to the loss-incurring states for the first five years of the tax regime.
October 18, 2016
Case for a Parallel Higher Education
Why India needs a reimagining of the higher education system
August 23, 2016
Vivek Dehejia Speaks to BBC News on the Appointment of Urjit Patel as Governor of the Reserve Bank of India
Vivek Dehejia talks to BBC News as India promotes Urjit Patel to replace Rajan as Head of the Central Bank.
August 19, 2016
The Half-Truth of Prudent Private Sector Bank Lending
The article dwells into the role of public and private sector banks in relation to India's bad loan crisis
August 16, 2016
10 Judgements That Changed India: Book Review
Zia Mody's "10 Judgements that Changed India", is a compendium of Supreme Court cases that were critical in transforming the Indian democracy and the lives of citizens in India.