May 05, 2020
Opinion | The covid shock could alter people’s financial priorities
March 25, 2019
Don't blame Donald Trump for Indian protectionism
In this article for Mint, Resident Senior Fellow Vivek Dehejia analyses the likely impact of US withdrawal of tariff concessions to India under the Generalised System of Preferences. ...
January 12, 2017
Urjit Patel: The Five-Year Twist
Contrary to the government’s claims, the growth in high denomination currency circulation hasn't been irregular and has risen proportionally with GDP
January 11, 2017
The Fight Against Hidden Hunger
There's an urgent need to direct nutrition policy to better invest in the first 1000 days of a child
January 09, 2017
GDP Estimates, Guesstimates, Assumptions and the Playbook of Growth
Issues relating to quality and availability of data could haunt the playbook of growth
September 21, 2016
Day of the Specialist
The article highlights the need to revamp India's civil services program
September 05, 2016
The Gap Between Rich and Poor States
The article proposes that India is the only large country that is experiencing an economic divergence among its states
July 10, 2016
Convergence: A marathon, not a sprint
Emerging economies are losing steam in their bid to catch up with the developed ones in terms of per capita income
April 06, 2016
Nudging the Voter In One Direction?
Praveen Chakravarty writes in The Hindu about the impact that holding concurrent national and state elections may have on voter behaviour.
February 01, 2016
The Experimental Turn in Economics
In this Mint article, IDFC Institute Fellow, Vivek Dehejia asks us to be wary of seeing randomized control trials (RCTs) as a revolutionary breakthrough in the world of economics and public policy.