July 10, 2018
Politics of Paddy and MSP of Votes
Maharashtra, where the BJP faces a possible Congress and NCP coalition and the tantrums of seasonal friend Shiv Sena, is the largest producer of jowar.
February 23, 2017
Why Uttar Pradesh Matters For The India Story
The backwardness of the state is about scale, and it is about the quality of political representation.
May 09, 2016
Don’t Blame it on NITI Aayog
Vivek Dehejia argues that NITI Aayog's presentation to the government - Creating a Movement for Change - should be evaluated for what it is supposed to be, a roadmap for the bureaucracy to function better, and not be misconstrued as a statement of e...
April 18, 2016
Can an economy grow forever?
After a century and a half of rapid growth, many believe technological innovation, and the growth it brings, is the norm, not the exception
November 04, 2014
India’s Labour Law Problem Can Only Be Fixed In Phases
IDFC Institute Advisory Council Member Manish Sabharwal writes in Quartz: "It is futile to hurry. India’s labour law problem can only be fixed in phases."
April 28, 2014
The missing economic model?
IDFC Institute CEO Reuben Abraham and Visiting Fellow Mudit Kapoor write in Mint: "The story of poverty reduction in Andhra Pradesh is about two chief ministers with vision and execution skills."...