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…
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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…
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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…
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We discuss the new farm bills, how reservations are effective, evidence that history matters, how spending on the poor could potentially make money, and…
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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…
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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…
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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…
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In this edition, we discuss air pollution, declining CSR funds to development organisations, the disproportionate impact of the pandemic on the…
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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.
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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…
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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…
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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…
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