In a dynamic and rapidly evolving socio-economic landscape, the intersection of entrepreneurship and public policy plays a pivotal role in shaping the future of a nation. As India surges forward in its developmental journey, there is an increasing need for individuals with a keen understanding of both entrepreneurial spirit and policy frameworks. For students of entrepreneurship looking to make a meaningful impact, a career in public policy offers a unique avenue for influence and change
In a rapidly evolving global landscape, the importance of sound public policies cannot be overstated. As India positions itself as a major player on the world stage, the need for skilled individuals in crafting and implementing effective policies has become more pronounced. While public policy may seem like a domain primarily for those with a background in political science or sociology, it is equally relevant for students of accounts and finance. This article explores the burgeoning opportunities in public policy for finance enthusiasts in India and highlights the value of IMPRI online courses in shaping a successful career path.
Carbon dioxide (CO2) removal on a massive scale alone can prevent a climate crisis, aided by full implementation of an earlier COP pact to plug methane emissions
If recent diplomatic activities are to be believed, China is bouncing back from the wilderness as more and more major actors on the world stage try to reset their engagement with Beijing. It has been a disastrous few years for Chinese diplomacy and most of it has been of its own making. The arrogance displayed at the strategic level, coupled with its ‘wolf warrior’ diplomacy of recent times, almost destroyed the narrative of China’s peaceful rise. As Chinese President Xi Jinping centralized power and shunned the sagacity of his predecessors on playing it lightly on the global stage, he emerged in much of the world as a global villain, even beating his close follower, the North Korean dictator, Kim Jong-un.
The income tax data released recently points to the skewed nature of income distribution in the country, with only about 0.68% people paying effective taxes.
It is high time policymakers saw universities as vital parts of cities. A university spawn innovative ideas and diverse talent, which, combined, can create new businesses, jobs, vibrant communities and fresh tax sources.
On 22 November, Prime Minister Narendra Modi chaired the follow-up virtual summit of the G20 before passing on the baton to Brazil, another developing country in the unusual trail that encompasses Indonesia, India, Brazil, and South Africa. This is essential to ensure that the legitimate aspirations and needs of the Global South are not lost in the ongoing din of global disorder and geopolitical contestations. India, immediately after assuming the presidency of G20, had called for a Global South summit to take onboard their concerns and requirements at this increasingly important G20 forum as the UN and others have been losing their sheen.