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This is the third installment of a three-part series on the theoretical underpinnings of governance and policymaking. Read part 2 here and part 1 here. James Hacker: "Who else is in this department?...
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This is part 2 of a three-part series on the theoretical underpinnings of governance and policymaking. Read part 1 here. Once our policymakers in the government decide to intervene based on the analy...
Donald Trump, defying all expectations and polling, is now the President-elect of the USA. In a remarkable turn that no one saw coming, he squeezed out a victory in crucial battleground states in Amer...
India's headlong rush to boost renewable energy in keeping with the spirit of the Paris climate summit has been tempered with the difficulties project developers are facing to secure inexpensive finance. This issue can be best solved by establishing a green bank to strengthen the rapidly expanding clean energy market, a recent report has recommended.
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While putting dying rivers such as the Shipra and Sabarmati on life support by transporting water at enormous cost from other river basins is measure that's earning populist praise, it raises serious questions on the transparent allocation of this increasingly scarce resource.
Extensive and excellent research is usually published to dissect a policy after it is implemented instead of providing a sound basis to one. It is imperative that academics are made aware of these shortfalls so that they base their studies, report their evidence and steer their message in a manner that is useful for policymaking.