August 27, 2018
Atal’s model and the India story
The Atal model of development designed the building blocks for the $2.5 trillion economy and the India story.
October 03, 2017
Post-Elphinstone: Urban Upgrade to Smart Governance
The article talks about the failing infrastructure of Mumbai and steps that should be taken in order to remedy the situation
August 09, 2017
The Practice of Policy
Ambitious policy proclamations still run aground on deeply entrenched economic interests
May 23, 2017
The Promise of 100 New Cities and Messed Opportunity
Can incrementalism deliver amidst the inadequacy of capacity and funds? More pertinently, why shelve the idea of new cities?
March 29, 2017
The Rental Housing Approach for India
The potential of rental housing to meet the housing conundrum of a rapidly urbanizing India should not be ignored.
March 28, 2017
Dismantling the Permit Raj in Housing
Stringent land-use regulations have been a major source of housing market distortions in Indian cities.
March 07, 2017
All Those Who Are Out of the Tax Net
It is not surprising that only 3% of Indians pay income tax.
December 26, 2016
Niti Aayog Needs Transformation to Transform India
To reform India, NITI Aayog has to first ensure that its organizational mandate is sound
November 17, 2016
The Odd Couple: How Trudeau Can Find Common Ground with Trump, Even on Trade
Vivek Dehejia and James Dean argue that Justin Trudeau and Donald Trump may find more common ground and build a productive partnership between Canada and the US, contrary to the popular expectation based on the common narrative....
October 21, 2015
The start-up policy rush
Praveen Chakravarty writes in Mint: "The aim of creating fertile talent grounds for disruptive innovation is a lofty goal that is not easy to accomplish."