This section of the Pragati Manifesto is about the four essential economic reforms we need.
This is Part 4 of our series, 2018 in Review, and focuses on Economics. Specifically, three areas of concern that should worry us in 2019.
Awarding the Nobel Prize for Economics to Romer and Nordhaus is a nod to thinking about the long term.
Long before the birth of game theory, a German author designed an auction for his book. What happened next will astound you.
Emerging research that combines insights from machine learning and econometrics may end up transforming both fields.
Subsidies given by the Chinese government have given their shipbuilding industry an unfair advantage over competitors. How should we respond?
This budget puts forward ad-hoc and temporary solutions to deep, structural problems. It undermines fiscal responsibility. This cannot end well.
Bad ideas are driving good ideas out of circulation in India. This is because of a fundamental tension at the heart of our society.
Our weekly explainer on economics using lessons from popular culture. In Installment 19, Gabbar Singh teaches us about Moral Hazard.
Indian manufacturing is being attacked from both directions: weak domestic demand, and increasing cost of production. Here are some good and bad ways to fight back.
Our weekly explainer on economics using lessons from popular culture. In Installment 12, Ram Gopal Varma explains why some regimes are more violent than others.