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Special Articles

Special Articles
Using a village-level data set, we create an index of multidimensional deprivation for basic amenities available in villages for various states of India and compare the performance of Maharashtra...
Despite India achieving sub-replacement fertility and projecting stable future population growth, there exist significant variations in the total fertility rate among its states. One such state, West...
A frontier is a “contested” geopolitical and cultural space. The emergence of the frontier has often been attributed to the complex historical, political, cartographic and cultural rearrangements...
Using a simple scenario analysis based on the latest data on the finances of the distribution utilities and the 20th Electric Power Survey of India, we calculate the possible tariff impact of the...
According to the Government of India, linking Aadhaar with the delivery of welfare schemes has saved nearly `2,73,093 crore till March 2022 due to, apparently, the removal of duplicate/fake...
Based on the Periodic Labour Force Survey (2020–21), this study focuses on the migration data and tries to delineate certain broad characteristics of the migrant population. Negating some of the...
The changing trends in migration in rural and urban India over the past four decades are analysed, considering males and females separately, using the data from both the population census and...
Against the backdrop of low and declining female labour force participation in India, we use a large, publicly available tehsil-level data set for several Indian states to comment on women’s barriers...
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...
While examining Indian business group firms’ behaviour towards employee wages, salaries, and top executives’ remuneration, this paper investigates financial resource management differences between...
Economic reforms produced different outcomes in China and India. This is because, despite the direction of reforms being very similar, the resultant policy regimes in the two countries were very...
The human development index initiated by the United Nations Development Programme has gained universal acceptance as a measure of human progress. This study constructs a comparable time series of HDI...
The neo-liberal discourse has raised the aspirations of Indian youth for professional employment, making them believe that they are agents who can usher positive changes in their lives. The...
The banking sector in India has journeyed through multiple structural and policy changes in the post-liberalisation period. The most recent of these changes includes the merger and consolidation of...
Urban health outcomes are characterised by an epidemiologically diverse disease burden and an unequal distribution of the same, which mirrors these contrasts. This paper does a preliminary...

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