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Special Articles

Special Articles

Glo bally, around half of the world’s population lacks acces s to essential health services, therefore, each year, a large number of households are being pushed into poverty due to out-of-pocket....

Whi le the Bihar Caste-based Survey (2023) has brought discussions on caste to the forefront, these have largely rema ined “enclosed” within the confines of reservations and electora l politics. This....

There is adequate circumstantial evidence to infer that “lobbying” is a taboo word in the Indian public sphere (Shukla 2015). The overwhelming perception of lobbying in India is that it interferes....

Edible oils constitute an important component of food expenditure in Indian households. Over the years, rising population, economic growth, standards of living, and preference for processed foods have....

In a rapidly urbanising India, there is a critical need for local governance institutions, public resource allocation, and regulatory reforms to keep pace with the development needs. The article....

Interest in migration studies has gone up significantly in India in recent years. This is due to notable differences in population growth across regions, particularly between the north and the south....

India’s structural transformation has certain inherent rigidities. The manifestation of this rigidity is the “jobless growth” that India is experiencing for the last two decades where economic growth....

Using fiscal marksmanship, this paper explores the budgetary forecast errors of climate change-related public spending on adaptation in India. The authors analyse the fiscal behavioural variables in....

Business group firms are globally common, significantly contributing to economic activity. In emerging and advanced markets, business group firms operate with diversified horizontal and vertical....