January 16, 2018
Interpreters of Maladies in Court
The fracas in the fraternity calls for attention and repair of a critical element of governance - deliverance of justice.
January 15, 2018
Hold the line on the fisc
Modi has the resolve to hold the line on the fiscal deficit, and that he and his political advisers reckon that the electorate will give him credit for doing the right thing
January 12, 2018
The burden of free parking on our cities
It is imperative for urban policy in India to be guided by an outcome-oriented principle that reduces incentives for car ownership
January 08, 2018
Maximum governance and tax payer bucks
Taking stock of tax payers' monies for maximum governance by the minimum government
December 21, 2017
Patels, Farmers, Businessmen: Who Voted How In The Gujarat Elections?
On Monday the Bharatiya Janata Party won the Gujarat state assembly elections for the sixth time in a row. It is useful to look deeper into the voter numbers to determine where BJP and Congress gained and lost.
December 21, 2017
What Gujarat Is Telling India
Sieved clean of the ricocheting claims and rhetoric, what do the results from Gujarat tell India?
December 20, 2017
Does RaGa have a signature tune?
On Saturday, Rahul Gandhi, by the twists of fate and Fortuna, took charge of the grand old party of India, the Indian National Congress. What does the party's future look like?
December 18, 2017
A geometry of international trade
The classic 1952 monograph by economist James Meade beautifully and systematically exposits the propositions of modern trade theory through geometric methods.
December 11, 2017
Bail-In of Depositors for Bail-Out of Banks
The new FRDI bill holds depositors accountable for the institutional failure of banks
December 05, 2017
The One-Election Idea is a Farce
The case for holding simultaneous elections in the diverse, federal Indian polity is weak.