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“Ideas and Institutions” is a fortnightly newsletter put out by the Carnegie India Political Economy Team.
This issue includes an essay calling for a cautious interpretation of India's GDP growth numbers since the pandemic and a review of research studying the impact of building-height restrictions on urban sprawl.
This issue includes an essay analyzing the new draft Digital Personal Data Protection Bill, 2022 and a review of the publications of the Financial Stability Board on cross-border payment issues for deliberation during India’s G20 presidency.
This issue includes an essay on President Lula's victory in Brazil and a review of a recent paper measuring the impact of government subsidies for rental housing in France.
This issue includes an essay on the geopolitics of competition and cooperation in technology and an essay reflecting on a paper by Douglas Diamond and Philip Dybvig on banking crises.
This issue includes an essay on the role of organizational adaptation in the rise of the BJP as a hegemonic party and a review of the book Rethinking the Economics of Land and Housing.
This issue includes an essay examining the development of the right to privacy in India five years after the Supreme Court’s judgement on privacy and a review of a recent book on Edmund Burke's thoughts on political economy.
This issue includes an essay comparing the evolution of India's UPI and Brazil's Pix payment platform and a review of Robert Darnton's book Censors at Work: How States Shaped Literature.
This issue includes an essay on how increased costs of land acquisition are leading to consensual patterns of urban development through land pooling and a review of Olivier Zunz's biography of Alexis de Tocqueville.
This issue includes an essay on growth of India's GDP per capita since independence and a review of the book Land Bargains and Chinese Capitalism by Meg E. Rithmire.
This issue includes an essay analyzing the recent Supreme Court judgement on the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002, and an essay on Stefan Dercon's book "Gambling on Development."
This issue includes an essay on fintech and the future of public sector banks in India, and a review of the book Law and the Economy in a Young Democracy by Tirthankar Roy and Arvind Swamy.
This issue includes an essay analyzing how the proposed revision of fees that India's insolvency regulator charges regulated entities would affect India's nascent insolvency services market, and an essay on Pierre Rosanvallon's recent book on the theory of populism.
This issue includes an analytical essay on the Union Government's plan to recruit one million new employees over the next 18 months and a review of literature on the economics of data businesses.
This issue includes an analytical essay on understanding land policy by looking at land litigation and a review essay on Michele Alacevich's intellectual biography of Albert Hirschman.
This issue includes an analytical essay on deciphering the BJP government's strategy for using welfare expenditure to reach potential voters, and a review essay on the book Survival of the City: Living and Thriving in an Age of Isolation.
This issue includes an analytical essay on the reformist trajectory in agriculture marketing laws in many states despite the recent repeal of farm laws, and a review essay on the book Secret Government: The Pathologies of Publicity.
This issue includes an analytical essay on the development of National Time Release Study by the Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs, and a review essay on the book Liberty After Freedom.
This issue includes an analytical essay on the importance of market linkages in India's agriculture markets in the context of the now repealed farm laws and a review essay on when India's economy transitioned to a high growth regime.
This issue includes an analytical essay on income tax disputes in India, and a review essay on the works of James C. Scott on state power.
This issue includes an analytical essay on the evolving politics of data protection in India, and a review essay on a recent book on the work of Elinor and Vincent Ostrom.
This inaugural issue of Ideas and Institutions analyzes corruption and development in India, and takes a look at income inequality in India.
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