Tag COVID-19

India's Role in the Global Order of 2023

India’s Role in the Global Order of 2023

As we bid adieu to the year 2023, we are witnessing a global order that has been fundamentally reconfigured - politically, economically and diplomatically. Trends that were simmering below the surface for the last few years have burst into the open, revealing in the all their complexities the challenges that are becoming difficult to manage by extant frameworks and institutions.

Strategies for India to maintain satisfactory economic expansion amidst a global slowdown

The World Bank has forecast slower world growth, for the current year and the next, at 2.9% and 3%, respectively. Emerging markets and developing economies, which normally gallop ahead of the rest of the world, are expected to grow at just 3.4% this year, with Covid- and zero-Covid-afflicted China growing at a rate slower than the US for the first time in 40 years or so. Does this cripple India's chance of growing at least 7%? It does not, and not because the World Bank pegs India's growth rate at 7.5%, higher than the Reserve Bank of India's own estimate of 7.2%.
Book Discussion An Intersectional Gendered Discourse on Empowerment During Pre and Post COVID 19 Pandemic

Video: An Intersectional Gendered Discourse on Empowerment During Pre and Post COVID-19 Pandemic

An Intersectional Gendered Discourse on Empowerment During Pre and Post COVID-19 Pandemic | Book Discussion | IMPRI #WebPolicyTalk Live Video YouTube:  #IMPRI Gender Impact Studies Center (GISC), IMPRI Impact and Policy Research Institute, New Delhi invites you to an IMPRI #WebPolicyTalk: A Book Discussion on…

The Collapse of SVB The Story of Systematic and Unsystematic Risk

The Collapse of SVB: The Story of Systematic and Unsystematic Risk

And the story goes on like this. This bank, named Silicon Valley Bank (SVB), lent money to the tech industries and start-ups, primarily in the tech domain. On 10th March 2023, the news broke that this bank collapsed and did not have enough funds to pay back to its depositors. SVB was the biggest US lender to fail since the 2008 global financial crisis.