We're happy to launch our first curated newsletter. This fortnightly email is a compilation of the latest research and thinking on India’s health…
Hello, In today’s edition, we discuss the World Bank’s latest poverty numbers, why you wouldn’t do much better at being poor than the poor themselves…
Hello, In today’s edition, we discuss when in-kind benefit transfers could be preferred over cash, whether we should reopen schools, the impact of crime…
We discuss the new farm bills, how reservations are effective, evidence that history matters, how spending on the poor could potentially make money, and…
Hello, Since July 31, India has reported about 7.8 million new COVID-19 cases and nearly 7,000 more deaths from the disease. During this period, Bihar…
Why large firms matter to developing countries, how patriarchy isn’t so easily smashed, why politicians don’t care about migrants, and what lies behind…
Hello, In this edition of ResearchWire by IndiaSpend, we discuss a visual tool to understand India’s poverty and inequality, an index of Indian states…
In this edition, we discuss air pollution, declining CSR funds to development organisations, the disproportionate impact of the pandemic on the…
Vaccine inequity, new estimates of India’s Covid-19 death toll, the perils of online shopping, and the huge pay gap between men and women cricketers.
Hello, Putting this newsletter together has been a labour of love, and a great learning experience. In this edition, we present a retrospective of some…
Why it is better to be a woman in South India, what does poverty look like and what does it means for protection from COVID-19, the nuts and bolts of a…
Why Indian men live with their parents, the economic benefits of cutting emissions, what the latest GDP numbers mean, why the mother-in-law matters to…