Any good efficient policy meant for reviving policy has to walk on two legs. It has to be both monetary and fiscal […]
Addressing the Technology induced Labor Market Challenges in India with the Existing Higher Education System?
Written by: Dr. Amit Kapoor Chair, Institute for Competitiveness, India As the world stands on the brink of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, powered by a wide range of new technology breakthroughs, such […]
Written by: T K Arun Editor, Opinion The Economic Times This might seem like a trick question to many. It slips in an assertion and then seeks an explanation for it, instead […]
Written by : Rajeev Anantaram Professor of Economics International Management Institute The Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences for 2018, more commonly known as the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences, was jointly […]