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Here's what economists need to talk about: the phenomenon of underemployment

Low wages, fewer working hours, and more qualified for the job at hand? The difficult-to-track trend of underemployment can only be understood by proxy

An image of daily wage workers sitting near Dandekar bridge in Pune during the pandemic awaiting work(Pratham Gokhale/HT Photo)
Published on Apr 07, 2024 10:25 PM IST

How a crisis like the Houthi attacks in the Red Sea hits Mr Gupta of Kolkata

The problem that Indian exporters face is existential — trade bottlenecks, rising costs and terror threaten to upend gains made over the years to secure markets

Cargo ships wait in the anchor zone to cross the Panama Cana in Colon, Panama, on Monday, Nov. 20, 2023. A combination of climate change and infrastructure is to blame for critical shipping delays at the Panama Canal. Photographer: Walter Hurtado/Bloomberg(Bloomberg)
Published on Apr 02, 2024 08:35 PM IST

A decade of Make in India: What will it take for India to become the factory of

At a time when global firms are diversifying manufacturing away from China to hedge against investment risks, India needs to avail of this historic opportunity

The government has also promised huge subsidies to help turn India into a semiconductor manufacturing hub.(AP)
Published on Mar 28, 2024 01:17 AM IST

Here's how to make sure funding for elections doesn't lead to corruption

In 2015, the Law Commission submitted a report suggesting electoral reforms, which included an audit of political funding of all parties by CAG accountants

Seizure of money is common before elections, and the only way to curb it is by bringing in accountability and transparency in political funding (PTI)
Updated on Mar 17, 2024 05:02 PM IST

Why India must shrug off protests at WTO about public stockholding of food

Public procurement at administered prices to support farmers is how India ensures food security. As per the WTO, however, such practices are “trade-distorting”

Delegates attend the 13th World Trade Organisation Ministerial Conference in Abu Dhabi of February 26, 2025. The world's trade ministers gathered in the UAE on February 26 for a high-level WTO meeting with no clear prospects for breakthroughs, amid geopolitical tensions and disagreements. (AFP)
Published on Mar 12, 2024 09:44 PM IST
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