Book Review | An economist's cheeky jottings on bureaucracy's quirks, World Bank
He is a delightful raconteur whose diary straddles many walks of life
Dev 360 | India must learn from others, shed its hubris
Bangladesh has invested in strengthening its human capital, especially women, and this is paying off also in economic terms
Slowing GDP growth cause for concern: Kaushik Basu
The country's economy grew at 7.1 per cent in July-September, the lowest in three quarters.
Why some laws are obeyed, and some are almost ignored
The origins of law and the question of what law is and why people abide by it are matters that have long been debated.
UBI scheme should have a cut off income: Basu
Survey had estimated that a UBI that reduces poverty to 0.5 per cent would cost 4-5 per cent of GDP.
Demonetisation likely to fail, says Kaushik Basu
Former chief economic adviser says measure poorly designed, with scant attention paid to laws of market.
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