UNMAKING ‘MAKE IN INDIA’
(Co-authored with Rajesh Raj S.N. and Kunal Sen)
The possibilities of a global economic reorganisation in a post-Covid-19 world has brought the attention of the Indian government back to their flagship ‘Make in India’ programme. Speaking to his council of ministers during the lockdown, Prime Minister Modi has ...
Recently, the United States declared that its trade representative will pursue an investigation under section 301 of the Trade Act, 1974, against Austria, Brazil, the Czech Republic, the European Union, India, Indonesia, Italy, Spain, Turkey and the UK for implementing digital services tax. The investigations come at a time when ...
(Co-authored with Vimal Balasubramaniam, Kusan Biswas, and Mithila A. Sarah)
The lockdown that began in the last week in March 2020 has affected people from all walks of life. Frictions faced by several sectors and stakeholders such as essential service suppliers, farms, factories, migrant labourers have been widely reported ...
(Co-authored with Anjali Sharma)
India is in a state of lockdown with only essential goods and services getting exemption. This has given a teachable moment on the role of liquid cash in corporate financial policy.
Most firms will see a varying degree of a revenue shock. Expenses such ...
- There are four parts to the public health response to an epidemic: 1) Trace, 2) Test, 3) Isolate, and 3) Treat. Once someone is infected, tracing involves identifying, listing and following up with all the people who have come in contact with the infected person to ensure that they do ...