The growing gap between the rich and the poor is a result of how governments form policy
Who is economically secular?
No worries? Ask Simba
World Bank: Kim and beyond
MGNREGA is failing: 10 reasons why
The government is relying heavily on the MGNREGA MIS to show that all is well, while it should actually review its ...
Can activism check Big Pharma’s profit motives?
As prices of life-saving drugs skyrocket, people from diverse fields are getting together to fight Big Pharma
Measuring sustainability through inclusive wealth
United Nations Environment’s latest report suggests that the Inclusive Wealth Index (IWI), rather than GDP is better suited to ...
World's poor mostly reside in ecologically fragile areas
Looking at how poverty has reduced and where, it is clear that economic growth alone will not lead to ...
Average 71 patents per drug!
Innovator companies are seeking hundreds of patents on a single drug to extend monopolies and increase prices
How to resurrect Gandhi
We don’t have leaders who can take his ideas and adapt and rework them for today’s world.
Again, stop talking about GDP
India missed another opportunity to shed its obsession with a bad measure of economy
Employed but poor
Poverty among employed people underscores the need for a new strategy on job creation
The facade of sharing
Public-private partnership is more about dividing: risks go to the public agency, profits to the private
Indian politicians travel on public money—for what they can learn from the click of a mouse
ABCDE of Obama’s sales pitch
Acta is trade terrorism
India’s generic medicines export faces a huge threat from the anti-counterfeiting law which creates barriers to global trade
The Real India Story
Booms are not forever
Our smaller future
The right right
Time to be different
Say cheese to Brussels
Budget 2008: missing the big picture