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. ...
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...
February 24, 2016
‘Pikettymania’ Arrives in India
Vivek Dehejia's article, "A wrong priority for India" quoted in CIGI article by Keven Carmichael on the inequality debate in India
February 23, 2016
India is an outlier in its tax policy
In this Mint article, Praveen Chakravarty and Vivek Dehejia draw attention to India's peculiar and distorted tax structure....
February 16, 2016
The Return of Trade Protectionism
In this Mint article, Vivek Dehejia writes about the return of trade protectionism, particularly in the run-up to the forthcoming US Presidential elections ...
December 22, 2015
Message from Nairobi
Vivek Dehejia in his Livemint article, writes about the 'fog of spin and counter-spin' that has accumulated around the outcomes of the recently concluded 10th Ministerial Conference of the World Trade Organization (WTO), held in Nairobi....
June 08, 2015
A political gridlock in India
The ordinance route or a joint session of Parliament is a legitimate response to the conundrum that our founders bequeathed us
April 27, 2015
Giving up agriculture
Vivek Dehejia writes a timely riposte to the povertarians, and points to the real crisis in agriculture in India, namely the extreme inefficiency and lack of productivity.
April 13, 2015
The Narendra Modi brand of reforms
“The web of interweaving reforms spun around Make in India provides a framework to understand Modi’s reforms process”.
March 29, 2015
An unholy alliance
“One cannot dismiss lightly the importance of public opinion shaped by a hegemonic, agenda-driven media narrative”