This program studies the role of the Indian state in factor markets, land markets, land reform, and capital and financial markets.
The proposal aims to produce high and sustained growth to get the country back on track after slowdowns that preceded the coronavirus pandemic.
We hosted a Political Economy Seminar on ‘Joint Parliamentary Committee on the Personal Data Protection Bill.’ This webinar was a discussion between Anirudh Burman and Suyash Rai on the JPC report and its political and economic implications.
Suyash Rai details how the pandemic affected the already-struggling budget management & what we should look for in the upcoming Union Budget 2022.
Anirudh Burman writes about increased privacy concerns in India following the Joint Parliamentary Committee Report on Personal Data Protection Bill, 2019.
On November 16, we hosted a conversation with Sruti Vijayakumar, Vijay Singh Chauhan, Abhijit Das, Harsha Vardhana Singh, & Vivek Johri on how the Trade Facilitation Agreement has placed trade facilitation initiatives high on the agenda of the governments of the member economies, including India.
This seminar will have Devendra Damle and Karan Gulati present and discuss their study and its findings. This will be followed by brief remarks by Kshitij Batra and Namita Wahi. The seminar will conclude with an open discussion.