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Economy-Inequality vis-a-vis Innovation !!!

2017-08-27T23:00:29+00:00

A world where a few people have most of the wealth motivates others who are poor to strive to earn more. And when they do, they’ll invest in businesses and other areas of the economy. That’s the argument for inequality. But it’s wrong. […]

Economy-Inequality vis-a-vis Innovation !!!2017-08-27T23:00:29+00:00

Economy-What fueled CAPITALISM – the Potato ?

2017-08-27T22:51:25+00:00

Our Right to Eat What we eat matters to us – but we’re not sure whether it ought to matter to anyone else. We generally insist that our diets are our business and resent being told to eat more fruit, consume less alcohol and generally pull our socks up when it comes to dinner. […]

Economy-What fueled CAPITALISM – the Potato ?2017-08-27T22:51:25+00:00

Geography-Patterns of World Trade in Natural Resources !!!

2017-08-14T12:49:53+00:00

World trade is the exchange of goods and services and capital across international borders based on the principles of markets, where price acts as the primary regulatory mechanism. The patterns of world trade are shaped by the forces of demand and supply of goods and services and capital along with the pricing mechanism of markets whereby demand, supply and prices co-determine each other. […]

Geography-Patterns of World Trade in Natural Resources !!!2017-08-14T12:49:53+00:00

Economy-Needed: A New Generation Of Policy Economists !!!

2017-08-09T14:50:57+00:00

India needs a third generation of policy economists to provide the political leadership with a broad future agenda on the economy In an interview he gave to The Indian Express in July 2016 to mark 25 years of economic reforms, Manmohan Singh spoke about the importance of the policy economists who had worked on the reforms agenda in the years preceding the actual event. His statement needs fresh attention at a time when Arvind Panagariya has resigned from NITI Aayog. Two other lateral entries into government in the past few years also moved on after short stints – Kaushik Basu and Raghuram [...]

Economy-Needed: A New Generation Of Policy Economists !!!2017-08-09T14:50:57+00:00

Society-Dismal state of Per-Student Expenditure !!!

2017-08-05T22:40:27+00:00

A recent report by the National Institute of Fiscal Policy and Research (NIFPR) released in July 2017 reveals that economically backward states like Bihar, Jharkhand and Odisha spend less than half of the desired requirement for each student at the elementary level on an annual basis, when compared to more prosperous states like Tamil Nadu and Uttarakhand. […]

Society-Dismal state of Per-Student Expenditure !!!2017-08-05T22:40:27+00:00