Making Growth Inclusive 2017 – Report

Twenty-five years after economic liberalization, the biggest challenge remains the correction of inequity in the distribution of the enormous wealth that has been created over this period. With unemployment reducing by less than one percent (from 4.3% in 1991 to 3.6% in 2014), and abject poverty unreduced, the whopping 1,388 per cent (Rs 6,270 in

Making Growth Inclusive 2015 – Report

The ‘Make in India’ mantra appears incontestable and unarguable from an Indian point of view. The nation’s huge population of young people, a large section of who are educationally deprived, needs jobs. And millions of them. Without these opprtunities, the well-worn promise of a demographic dividend looks like a distant dream. But there are doubts