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2016-10-15 16:39
Samir Saran and Vivan Saran argue that Government of India's role in certain markets may be impeding its own Make in India initiative. The example of BSNL is instructive and I am inclin… Read More
2016-10-11 05:45
Teaching at Right Level (TaRL) is the flavour of the season. I am favourably disposed. But, unlike this much discussed study, I am not sure about what should be the right design for remedial… Read More
2016-10-09 19:46
India's newly minted Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) had its first meeting last week. The interest rate cut was surprising. I'll not delve into the technical merits of the decision. Ins… Read More
Weekend Reading Links
2016-10-09 16:40
1. Richard Florida points to the work of Paul Jargowsky that documents the rise of concentrated poverty in the US,Concentrated poverty is defined as neighborhoods or tracts where 40 percent… Read More
2016-10-07 19:49
The Economist has a feature on the return of micro lending,In 2015, after examining the results of randomised controlled trials in Bosnia, Ethiopia, India, Mexico, Morocco and Mongolia, Amer… Read More
2016-10-06 07:14
As the share of solar and renewable power, especially roof-top and other forms of captive generation, rises, one of the less discussed concerns revolves around its impact on the existing dis… Read More
2016-10-04 05:48
Livemint reports that the EPC bids for the National highway projects have been following the same script of aggressive and over-optimistic bidding,A total of 52 EPC road projects worth about… Read More
Skill-biased Labor Market Graph Of The Day
2016-10-02 00:30
It is now well known that offshoring and automation, in that sequence, have dramatically affected the labor markets in developed economies. Routine, repetitive, and outsourceable jobs, which… Read More

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