Leveraging technology for effective program delivery poses unique challenges. Technology is a tool that requires a capable state to be effective; also, it creates new power asymmetries. Three well-known economists weigh in.
Barring the common failing of mistaking schooling for education, Surjit Bhalla lives up to his reputation with an insightful state of the world report.
India needs prudent compromises to achieve its health coverage goals.
Most of the dynamism of the Indian economy comes from its states. They must be given more room to chart their growth trajectories
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