Guy Standing’s primer is an excellent guide to the main talking points of the Universal Basic Income.
Capitalism Without Capital is an impressive work that fills the mainstream gap on the intangible economies.
The danger to capitalism comes from capitalists. A new book, ‘The Myth of Capitalism’, illustrates how this works.
Michael Lewis’ latest book, The Fifth Risk, is a riveting read about how the Trump Administration took control of the government.
Yashcha Mounk’s ‘The People vs Democracy’ does a great job of explaining the problem. Now to solve it.
Hector Macdonald’s new book exposes how facts can be massaged to mean whatever you want them to.
Hans Rosling uses data to demolish many myths in his last book. As he writes, “The world cannot be understood without numbers, nor through numbers alone.”
Virtually no funds have been allocated towards the health protection scheme that the government announced. It is just a gimmick for the elections.
The latest Economic Survey shows that our tax authorities spent too much time fighting cases that they lose.
There can be many justifications for high fuel prices. But the bottomline is that you are paying for the government’s excesses.
A new report by Niti Aayog and the IDFC Institute confirms what experts have been saying for years. But will the government take heed?
It is true that Demonetisation had an impact on direct tax revenues. It was a negative impact.
The economic figures of this government look better than they should because of the tumbling price of oil in the last three years.
One simple insight explains the difference between good banking and bad banking.
Small and big establishments will have to pay an employee half a year’s worth of salary when she is not available at work. While the big establishments will be able to manage this, the small ones won’t. Hence, the likely unseen impact of this is going to lead to managers not hiring women of child-bearing age.