Month: November 2018

Finding a connection between Economic Freedom and Economic Equality

November 8, 2018

Abhishek Dilip Dudhal is presently a student at Jawaharlal Nehru University. Sagar Nilay Mahajan works with PwC India. Economic analysis has been evolving during the past few decades with the increase in computational power, which has given rise to a variety of mathematical tools such as statistical modelling and machine learning algorithms. These advancements are playing […]

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India’s childhood: An opportunity for Marketers

November 8, 2018

Globally, about 26 percent of the world is under 15 years of age. As statistics confirm, the country with the highest percentage of its population 18-years-old or younger is Nigera, with a full 56.9% of its population being made up of such youth. Outside Africa, India is one such country with one of the highest population of […]

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Indian Farmer

Is Agricultural Credit India’s Subprime Story?

November 8, 2018

If one has to pick an Indian equivalent of USA’s 2007-08 national banking emergency ‘subprime mortgage crisis’ it would definitely be the biggest component of targeted or priority sector lending programme: Agricultural Credit. Although the share of agriculture in Gross Bank Credit(GBC) in India at present is not as high as the share of credit […]

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The Journey Begins!

November 7, 2018

We are a small group of young minds determined to examine each policy and every issue in the light of efficiency and equity. Get in touch: pradeeprajkaran@gmail.com

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