ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

Commentary

Commentary
Despite protests and legal battles by the residents of Patancheru industrial area in Hyderabad against the polluting industries, Supreme Court orders, and the National Green Tribunal (south zone)...
The study draws attention to the Reserve Bank of India’s communication as a policy tool and its impact on market participants. It first aims to quantify the qualitative variable—communication by...
This article critically looks at the international sanctions regime in the context of the recent Russia–Ukraine war. It explores the complex power bias of international sanctions, its intricate...
The specific objectives of the present study were to identify the key factors infl uencing the adoption of energy-effi cient measures; identify and analyse the reasons for the non-adoption of energy...
With the emergence of screen readers and user-friendly technologies for the visually challenged persons, a debate started over the relevance of Braille as a means of education. In the middle of such...
Large-scale freebies are provided by pharmaceutical companies to doctors in the absence of a legally enforced regulation of unethical promotion. The current regulation of the pharma industry...
S Parasuraman, with his interdisciplinary educational background and vast experience in the development sector, contributed to institution building. He will be remembered for revamping the Tata...
The article reports the findings on the changing dietary patterns of Indian households during COVID-19, based on an analysis of the Consumer Pyramids Household Survey. The impact of the pandemic on...
Paired with the borrower score/ rating, a credit resilience score would better equip the fi nancial institutions to account for borrower resilience and make credit decisions accordingly. The...
Over the years, the government has provided tax incentives for companies investing in research and development. Since 2016, the policy has seen an overhaul, with some older incentives withdrawn while...
What has been the nature of work and discourse on inequality in India? Has it been more anecdotal and ordinal? Does it sidestep the conceptual and refl ective? Is it an elite discourse even within...
Recent trade models with fi rm heterogeneity predict that trade liberalisation reduces the number of fi rms and the fi rms’ markups, while it increases the average size of fi rms. The present study...
The National Water Policy, last revised in 2012, is a guiding principle for Indian states and it is expected that states take cognisance of the NWP while formulating their policies and laws. In 2019...
India has one of the largest youth populations in the world. Migrant youth in the urban informal economy are a distinctly vulnerable group. They fall outside the purview of most of the labour...
Monetary policies are traditionally viewed as having no direct effect on aggregate supply. This article argues that this view of neutrality of the supply side to monetary policies may change if we...

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