Monday, June 27, 2022


Workers Will Return to Work but Only After Skill-Mapping and Screening

Workers will go through skill-mapping and screening in states where they are stranded, before buses take them to the sites of work.
Economic Survey

Thalis Are More Affordable Now:Economic Survey

The Economic Survey claims that affordability of vegetarian as well as non-vegetarian thalis has drastically improved. But is it really true?

Economics Nobel 2019: why Banerjee, Duflo and Kremer won

The impact generated by Banerjee, Duflo and Kremer’s approach has come about very quickly - actually, in less than two decades.

Product of Maligned University ‘JNU’,Abhijit Banerjee Wins Nobel Prize in Economics

Economist Abhijit Banerjee of Indian origin wins Nobel Prize in Economics for his work on reducing global poverty.

Why Indian Middle class is antagonistic to schemes of social welfare?

POLICY / The announcement of the NYAY Scheme by the Congress has generated both appreciation and condemnation. Does the middle class hold a greater responsibility for economic inequality in the nation?

Hurricane season not only brings destruction and death but rising inequality too

ECONOMY In a study two sociologist found that populations that are privileged in terms of education, race or homeownership gain wealth in the aftermath of natural disasters, exacerbating already wide economic inequities. Junia Howell 

The Union Budget and the Health Sector: an Uneasy Relationship Uncovered

UNION BUDGET 2018 The Union Budget has come up with two schemes to apparently revolutionise healthcare for the poor and marginalised. Given the present scenario...

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