Karan Bhasin is a political economist by training and has diversified research interests in the field of economics. He tweets @karanbhasin95.
With the election season in full swing, I am reminded of the famous phrase “There ain’t no such thing as a free lunch”. As clear as this phrase is to Economists, politicians tend to disregard this important lesson while they formulate populist economic policies that tend to garner more...
Rupee does not signal the health of the Indian Economy, however, it is an important indicator as far as the external sector is concerned.
According to the revised GDP numbers released by the government on Wednesday, India’s economic growth under the previous Congress-led coalition government was slower than estimated earlier and was never in double digits.
One underlying reason for India’s growth to accelerate are the fact that the economy is now well transitioned from the tectonic shifts it went through due to successive reforms.
With elections just around the corner, it is refreshing to see a government that is looking at the larger economic interest rather than political gains.
The article by Shivam Vij in question talks about an economic slowdown that is being projected for the year ahead.
Sardar wanted to create a strong and modern India, we’ve made considerable progress on that front so isn’t it time that we gave our unsung heroes their due?
It is about time the Delhi Government takes cognizance of the need to find a solution to the chronic problem of pollution that the citizens face.
Some of my professors have advocated for the comprehensive view that Marx takes of the society and accept that he is more of a social thinker than an economist.