Consequences of work from home; Price controls in education

Many corporations will learn how to manage teams under work-from-home (WFH) conditions. In my column in the Business Standard today, I speculate about how this will play out for the labour market, for real estate, and for some cities in India. There is, of course, a great deal of uncertainty about how this will pan out. But the impacts are likely to be far reaching and it’s worth thinking about how this will play out.

On 21 July, Bhuvana Anand and Shubho Roy have an article on The Leap Blog, Pricing education: An example from Uttar Pradesh, in which they look at difficulties of how price regulation in elementary education is done, engaging in root cause analysis about low state capacity.