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Child Marriage in India: A Persistent Challenge

17 Sep 2020

By:- Tanuka Endow and Swati Dutta

Post-COVID during the lockdown period, as the spread of disease and economic uncertainty continues, cases of child marriage are being reported from ...

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Deepening of the Digital Divide

29 Jul 2020

By:- Prof. Tanuka Endow

A girl studying in Class 9 in Kerala allegedly committed suicide for not being able to attend online classes as the family did not have any facil...

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Stay Home Stay Safe

23 Apr 2020

By:- Tanuka Endow

Stay home, stay safe. Or so is everybody telling us. What happens when a home is not a safe place? Covid 19 has come uninvited into our lives, leav...

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Home in a Pandemic: Return Migration in India

18 Apr 2020

By:- Bhim Reddy and Maansi Parpiani

'Child marriage in India: a persistent challenge' by Tanuka Endow and Swati Dutta

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Rural-urban linkages in small sized Towns in Bihar

21 Mar 2017

By:- Tanuka Endow

We were wandering down the main market of Jhanjharpur, a small town in North Bihar with a population of just thirty thousand. The local market was sprawled all along the railway track, and had ...

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India’s middle class: Drivers of Inequality?

21 May 2014

By:- Nandita Gupta

The middle class in India has been growing since the colonial rule. The land reforms (which removed the highest classes and handed more control to middle level and ...

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Pikettymania, what implications for India and Brazil ?

17 May 2014

By:- Gerry Rodgers

Thomas Piketty’s recent book on Capital in the 21st Century is creating waves in Europe and the United States. He shows the central role of the acc...

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Comparing Brazil and India: Fernando Henrique Cardoso and Manmohan Singh

17 May 2014

By:- Gerry Rodgers

In the 1980s the Brazilian economy went through deep depression and high inflation. In 1993, Fernando Henrique Cardoso was appointed Finance Minister and succeeded ...

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Trade Unions and Labour Market Inequality

06 Feb 2014

By:- Taniya Chakrabarty

There is a common opinion that trade union activities have been limited to only the formal sector which has given rise to the phrase "labour aristocracy", but in reality more than six...

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Labour Market Inequality in Brazil and India: A Comparative Study

06 Feb 2014

By:- Gerry Rodgers

Inequality has been rising in India and declining in Brazil in recent years. Early findings of the research at IHD point to some of the factors which drive these different trends. For instance,...

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