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Mahesh Vyas

The writer is managing director and CEO, Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy.

Unemployment, really
Sat, Oct 13, 2018

Surjit Bhalla contested CMIE’s labour growth estimates by suggesting it had got the female labour participation rates wrong. CMIE explains why it is right and how demonetisation cost jobs

The myth of 15 million jobs
Tue, May 01, 2018

Incomparable data sets, cherry-picking, and dubious statistical analysis are behind the claims of robust employment growth. Only 1.4 million jobs were added in 2017.

Union Budget 2018, Guest Column: Whither employment?
Fri, Feb 02, 2018

If we are generating 7 million formal jobs in a year then surely there should not be any employment problem. If this is so, then the government’s continuation of its jobs-creating schemes further into the future beats logic

Where have all the investments gone?
Tue, May 03, 2011

The average value of new investments in the past three quarters is nearly half the average in the preceding three quarters.

The future is in cities
Tue, Jun 01, 2010

Greater urbanisation should be a specific objective of public policy. While more than half of India continues to live in the villages,there is nothing worth even romanticising about rural India any more.

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