Economy

Indian economy_TPCI
Sustaining the green shoots of Indian economy

The Indian economy is showing green shoots again after the brutal second wave of COVID-19 which almost paralyzed economic activity for a year. Exports are currently robust, and India has a critical wi...

TPCI_Digital_Tax
Digital economy, and the changing landscape of taxation

Adoption of digital financial transactions and business models will surely lead to increased efficiency in tax collection and empower the nation to control and restrict the tendency of tax avoidance a...

Gujarat’s New Industrial Policy: A thrust towards new growth areas

Recognized as one of the most industrially developed states in India which offers a conducive business ecosystem, Gujarat aims to establish itself as a global business destination. The new Gujarat Ind...

Global minimum tax_TPCI
Global minimum tax: A gain or loss for India?

A uniform global framework is an important step to effectively prevent tax evasions by multinational enterprises, given that India is the second most affected country in Asia to tax abuses by MNCs. A ...

Mobile manufacturing Import substitution_TPCI
Revisiting India’s macroeconomic outlook post-COVID

Macroeconomic policies to boost manufacturing and capitalise on the relocation strategies being pursued by multinationals should adopt a bottom up approach and emphasise on building essential attribut...

Arindam_Bandyopadhyay_TPCI
To revive economy, COVID-19 vaccines are the best stimulus

Dr Arindam Bandopadhyay opines that top priority should be given on mass vaccination as well as research on developing medicines for treating COVID-19 patients to overcome the pandemic. Till then, mov...

Indian economy and COVID 2.0: In anticipation of the rising tide

Indian economy has been hit by the second wave of COVID-19, with many restrictions being imposed in different states. Consequently, the demand revival is important as not all the sectors can be booste...

Prof. Nilabja Ghosh
Post-COVID, the Indian economy has to make smart choices

Prof. Nilabja Ghosh asserts that large scale computerization and mechanization, which have accelerated due to COVID-19, will inevitably reduce labour intensity of production techniques that will not b...

Prof Rajeswari Sengupta_TPCI_Economy
Indian economy & Covid-19: Risk aversion may be higher in 2nd wave

Dr Rajeswari Sengupta, Assistant Professor at IGIDR, opines that trend of increased demand from international markets for merchandise goods will continue at least for one more year, which India must l...

Dr D Tripati Rao TPCI Indian economy
Indian economy in the Second Wave: From reversal to resilience!

The road to recovery and sustenance for the Indian economy depends on how well it manages the second wave with a medium- to long- term strategy taking precedence over short-term fiscal Band-Aids....

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