This paper by Kumar Anand is an attempt to demonstrate both the obvious and implicit costs to the economy, of India’s government-owned banking model.
How effectively can narrative shield a policy from public censure? Arvind Ilamaran explores how demonetization transformed monetary policy to a theatre, replete with populist antics, dramatic monologues, and hubris. This is the first essay in a five-part series examining demonetization on Spontaneous Order.
Drawing from six weeks of intensive research, the Delhi Citizens' Handbook is the most updated analyses on policies that shape crucial aspects of urban living, such as Governance, Trade and Commerce, Health, Power, Urbanisation, Education, Water, and Environment.