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."
October 15, 2015
A Reality Check on Suicides in India
The discussion centres around farmer suicides, drawings on research that raises mental health as a significant contributor
October 02, 2015
Incremental or Big Bang?: Debate on Approaches to Reform
Manish Sabharwal and Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas debate on the kinds of reforms India needs.
September 27, 2015
What Happens When People Migrate?
Vivek Dehejia writes in Mint: "A more efficient—and a more just—world would involve breaking down, rather than erecting, barriers to the movement of people".
September 26, 2015
The Mystery of the Indian Economic Recovery
The three issues that can be thought about as smoking guns that have created a smokescreen which obfuscates the true state of the Indian economy.
September 03, 2015
Jobs for the Young Not Old
India is not creating enough jobs. Without labour reforms, it can’t.
September 01, 2015
Five States Account for More than Half of India's Factory Jobs
One of the foremost challenges facing the country today is to generate enough blue-collar jobs for a bulging workforce.
August 19, 2015
There is a clear and present agenda for skills
Manish Sabharwal writes in Forbes: "anybody who is unemployed or unskilled does not have choices and, therefore, freedom."
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."