The writer, a former member of the UPA’s National Advisory Council, is visiting professor at the department of economics, Ranchi University
We have been numbed by a series of lies, myths and fictions about the project.
We know the Kashmir crisis. Or do we?
Pranab Bardhan’s collection of essays applies plain-dealing economics to a range of issues in policy and politics
The view of MGNREGA as a makeshift work programme is far off the mark.
Sold as a voluntary facility, Aadhaar is turning coercive — despite judicial intervention.
A departure from the usual lawyer-setting, Grisham's book remains taut as ever right from the get-go: the story starts with an incredible heist at Princeton University’s Firestone Library — original manuscripts of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s works such as The Great Gatsby and Tender Is the Night are stolen.