Second wave; China; Enforcement in regulators; Courts and consumer finance grievances

In my column in the Business Standard today, Responding to the second wave, I try to understand what is at work with Covid-19 in India, and offer ideas for responses by decision makers in firms and in public policy.

Gautam Bambawale and I had an article in the Hindustan Times on 27 March, How India can meet the China Challenge, which summarises the key ideas of the recent Bambawale et. al. 2021 paper.

On 25 March, Trishee Goyal and Renuka Sane had a new paper, Towards better enforcement by regulatory agencies, which looks at the problems of SEBI and CCI, and offers ideas for doing better with the newest proposed regulator, the Data Protection Authority. They also have an article on The Leap Blog summarising this.

On 22 March, Karan Gulati and Renuka Sane had a new paper, Grievance redress by courts in consumer finance disputes, and an article on The Leap Blog summarising this.