My column in the Business Standard today is Climate justice and India’s choice.
Night lights is an opportunity to measure prosperity, using an eye in the sky, without requiring institutional capacity in economic measurement on the …
My column in the Business Standard today is The Chinese crackdown. On 21 September, Bhargavi Zaveri-Shah and I had an article on The Leap blog, Instant…
In thinking about the causes and consequences of health, an interesting measure is “self-reported health” where a surveyor asks whether a person is fee…
When the fighting started in Ladakh in May 2020, a group of researchers started brain storming, thinking about how India should think about the China c…
My column in the Business Standard today is New hope in private investment? On 13 September, Pratik Datta had an article in The Leap Blog, Management t…
My column in the Business Standard today is Time to hustle, about the global disruption of supply chains. On 2 September, Montek Ahluwalia and I were w…
My column in the Business Standard today is Why is the IPO process so baroque? Two fields come together in government contracting for drugs: the overal…
I’m scheduled to do a talk on 20th evening, for TEDx Gateway, What will (economic) freedom look like post-Covid? I had an interview in the Economic Tim…
The Law Economics and Policy Conference will have its second session of the 4th year. The title is “Justice delivery: New frontiers”. This is 6-730 PM …
My column in the Business Standard today is What good are bilateral investment treaties (BITs)? Shruti Rajagopalan and I are on Amit Varma’s podcast, T…
My column in the Business Standard today is Goods exports from India: Some of the gloom is unjustified. Renuka Sane and Adam Feibelman wrote A Post-Pan…