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Capital Flows in the Quantitative Easing Era: Building Resilience in Emerging Economies
Sep 13, 2023

Capital Flows in the Quantitative Easing Era: Building Resilience in Emerging Economies

This paper highlights the risks that emerging economies are exposed to given the extended use of Unconventional Monetary Policies in advanced economies. It also explores how financial resilience of emerging economies can be increased to ensure stable economic growth.

Capitalising InVITs to bridge the infrastructure financing gap in India
Jan 06, 2024

Capitalising InVITs to bridge the infrastructure financing gap in India

With a robust regulatory framework and tapping further into capital markets, InvITs are looking more and more promising to become the ideal route for

#Budget2022’s big capital investment bonanza leaves the health sector largely untouched
Feb 02, 2022

#Budget2022’s big capital investment bonanza leaves the health sector largely untouched

Against the backdrop of the pandemic, the budget continues to club the health sector with the social determinants of health

70 Policies — Controller of Capital Issues, 1947
Aug 01, 2018

70 Policies — Controller of Capital Issues, 1947

This law enacted in 1947 showed who would be in charge of capital in socialist India.

African Human Capital investment: Crucial to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals
May 25, 2023

African Human Capital investment: Crucial to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals

Multiple overlapping global crises—such as the COVID-19 pandemic, climate change-related natural disasters, and regional armed conflicts—have high

At the Mecca of capitalism, its prophets gather to deliver a eulogy
Nov 15, 2016

At the Mecca of capitalism, its prophets gather to deliver a eulogy

At the World Economic Forum's annual meeting, lawyers, economists and entrepreneurs gathered not only to praise, but also bury capitalism.

Australia’s bold moves present opportunities for India to capitalise on Indo-Pacific strategic convergence
Mar 13, 2023

Australia’s bold moves present opportunities for India to capitalise on Indo-Pacific strategic convergence

Australian premier Anthony Albanese’s consequential visit to India unveils opportunities for trade, investment, energy cooperation and greater naval engagement in the Indo-Pacific. If these take off, the strategic architecture of the Indo-Pacific could be poised for a big transformation

Bridging gaps, building futures: SDG 3 and youth capital
Apr 05, 2024

Bridging gaps, building futures: SDG 3 and youth capital

Nurturing youth capital and well-being is not only a moral imperative but also an economic necessity

Budget 2019: Mobilising investment by open capital account and constrained fiscal policy a risky gamble
Jul 12, 2019

Budget 2019: Mobilising investment by open capital account and constrained fiscal policy a risky gamble

The attempt to woo FIIs and FPIs may look like an innovative step to mobilise investment from abroad, yet this is a gamble which may or may not pay of

Catalysing youth well-being: Beyond a human capital approach
Aug 12, 2023

Catalysing youth well-being: Beyond a human capital approach

By fostering evidence-based youth policies, societies can work towards implementing the SDGs at all levels, thus benefiting the youth and enhancing ov

Commission for air quality management in National Capital Region
Aug 31, 2021

Commission for air quality management in National Capital Region

A look at Delhi’s long-term air pollution problem and the newly approved legislation to combat it

Constrained capital: Paving the path for infrastructure investments in India and other emerging economies
Dec 18, 2018

Constrained capital: Paving the path for infrastructure investments in India and other emerging economies

Policy influencers and diplomats will have to find a way to market private investments in an appealing manner for all stakeholders involved.

Exploring New Trends in Development Finance through Private Capital
Jul 27, 2021

Exploring New Trends in Development Finance through Private Capital

This brief examines the efficacy of the inclusion of private capital in development finance, using the cases of certain countries that have met with success in utilising such a strategy. It underlines the experiences of institutions like the Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) and the United States International Development Finance Corporation (US-IDFC) that use innovative financial tools to support international financial institution

High on Revenue, Low on Capital: India’s Defence Budget 2023-24
Feb 11, 2023

High on Revenue, Low on Capital: India’s Defence Budget 2023-24

This brief examines India’s defence budget for 2023-24. It outlines the economic context for India’s latest defence allocations, and examines the drivers of growth, the broad distribution of resources among the defence forces, and the impact of such distribution on modernisation and the domestic defence industry. The brief posits that the new defence budget, coming on the back of a hefty mid-year upward revision of the previous alloca

Increasing Patient Capital to catalyse the development of Emerging Technologies: A call to action for Indian venture capitalists
Dec 10, 2021

Increasing Patient Capital to catalyse the development of Emerging Technologies: A call to action for Indian venture capitalists

If there was a large, liberal pool of patient investment capital, like in Silicon Valley, it is highly probable that there would be tremendous scope f

India's human capital: Quality education vis-à-vis sustainable development
Jan 24, 2024

India's human capital: Quality education vis-à-vis sustainable development

For a developing nation like India, education emerges as a fundamental tool for creating the human capital necessary to sustain development in the 21s

Indian capitalism and bilateral investment treaties
May 24, 2023

Indian capitalism and bilateral investment treaties

Given India’s emergence as an exporter, not just an importer, of capital, there is a need to revisit the stand on bilateral investment treaties

Indian startups and Chinese venture capital: The strategic dimension
Sep 11, 2019

Indian startups and Chinese venture capital: The strategic dimension

How does it play out in the larger technology war involving the US and China?

Invest more in human capital to deal with slowdown
Dec 29, 2011

Invest more in human capital to deal with slowdown

In the slowdown scenario, it would be important for the government to protect the poor against job losses, ill-health, lack of skills and homelessness. The human development indicators have to be improved.

Investing in human capital and sustainable growth: A symbiotic paradigm
Aug 16, 2023

Investing in human capital and sustainable growth: A symbiotic paradigm

By addressing challenges related to education, healthcare, and gender inequality, India can harness its human potential to drive economic progress and

Investing in human capital: Towards an anaemia free India
Sep 08, 2017

Investing in human capital: Towards an anaemia free India

India’s long-term growth strategy must be pegged to its labour force, whatever the economic model of choice may be. A major part of how the Indian growth story plays out will hinge on the country’s success in delivering the right to life, health and livelihood for all Indians, including India’s girls and women.

Is India prepared for a fully convertible capital account?
May 30, 2023

Is India prepared for a fully convertible capital account?

Internationalising the INR and increasing capital account convertibility should only be implemented incrementally

Is it time for India to get a new national Capital?
Dec 10, 2019

Is it time for India to get a new national Capital?

India must emulate global examples of countries that have moved their national capitals to new cities owing to growing congestion, pollution and deter

Pakistan's Beirut, Karachi: A Terror Capital in the Making by Wilson John
Jan 20, 2004

Pakistan's Beirut, Karachi: A Terror Capital in the Making by Wilson John

Just as Lebanon's capital Beirut was under the thumb of an unbridled reign of crime, terrorism, sectarian and religious fundamentalism in the 1980s, Pakistan's port city of Karachi has hit headlines for all the wrong reasons during the decade of the 1990s.

Quality of water in India’s state capitals
Dec 03, 2019

Quality of water in India’s state capitals

Governments at centre, state and city levels must give up gimmicks and urgently act to improve the quality of water in urban India

Saudi Arabia looks towards an Asian rehab for its oil addiction, and India should capitalise
Apr 01, 2017

Saudi Arabia looks towards an Asian rehab for its oil addiction, and India should capitalise

With King Salman expected to visit India later this year, New Delhi should be prepared to offer a smooth transition for Saudi investment into the Indi

SDG 4 (Quality Education): Tackling systemic challenges for youth capital
Jul 01, 2023

SDG 4 (Quality Education): Tackling systemic challenges for youth capital

Comprehensive education reforms are necessary to empower youth to overcome challenges and seize opportunities to advance the SDG 4 targets