November 21, 2018
World War I: a turning point for the Indian economy
The extraordinary profits earned during World War I provided the initial capital for several Indian industrial groups that would become dominant in the years to independence
November 19, 2018
An economist who never pulled his punches
T.N. Srinivasan, along with Jagdish Bhagwati and Padma Desai, deserves the lion’s share of credit for developing the intellectual consensus around economic liberalization
July 06, 2018
The Liabilities Insurance Corporation Of India
What does LIC's future look like? Does the government need to step in?
July 05, 2018
The challenge of formalizing the Indian economy
The government is still too prominent at the “commanding heights” of the economy and it must recede further, making room for a rejuvenated private sector.
September 19, 2017
Seductive Economics: The Theory That 2017 Is Like 2002
Comparison of 2002 Indian economy to that of the present.
January 20, 2017
The New Right
Belief in a strong state and leader, and market economy, with a stress on Hindu roots define the new right
December 27, 2016
Demonetisation Fallacies and Demonetisation Math
Vivek Dehejia, Jagdish Bhagwati and Pravin Krishna use figures to counter demonetisation fallacies
August 11, 2016
Sanjeev Sanyal on His New Book and Indian Economics
The article talks about forgotten history of the maritime trading network and the importance of matrilineality in the South East Asian history
May 09, 2016
Why 'Start Up India' Should Not be Stifled
Praveen Chakravarty and TV Mohandas Pai argue that the notion that there is one right valuation for a company is absurd. To pretend that the government is the best judge of this valuation and to use that as the basis for persecution is tyrannical...
February 26, 2016
NDA must deliver on minimum govt, maximum governance promise: Sanjeev Sanyal
Sanjeev Sanyal, Visiting Fellow at IDFC Institute, shares his views on the idea of India, the Indian economy, and reforms in an interview in the Mint.