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Newsletter

JANUARY 2022

 
 
 

On behalf of the entire team at ICRIER, I would like to extend my warm wishes to our readers for a happy, healthy and successful 2022!

I am pleased to share the January 2022 issue of the Newsletter that provides a quick recap of ICRIER’s research and policy engagements during December 2021.

Last month, ICRIER hosted a Webinar on "Is India’s Approach to Global Economic Engagements Changing?" The event took stock of India’s commitment and performance in recently held G20 Summit, COP 26 negotiations and WTO-related global events.

Drawing on their research work, our faculty members wrote over 18 opinion pieces and other articles in various newspapers on a wide range of topics including those on carbon taxes, multilateralism, agriculture policy, supply chains and employment, among others.

 
 
 
 
 


Event:

Webinar on Is India’s Approach to Global Economic Engagements Changing? Reflections from the Recent G20 Summit, COP 26 and Trade Discussions
Participants: Deepak Mishra, Puja Mehra, V. Srinivas (IAS), Chandra Bhushan, Sachin Chaturvedi, Peter J. Morgan
 
 


Op-eds:

Speculations about 2022
Shankar Acharya | Business Standard | December 24, 2021

Covid 21 Months After it struck: Is it a Replay of the Spanish Flu?
Alok Sheel | Mint | December 17, 2021

Should India push for Customs duty on e-commerce at WTO?
Arpita Mukherjee | Hindu BusinessLine | December 9, 2021

Taxation Alone can’t be the Instrument to Reduce Alcohol Consumption & Regulate Safe Drinking
Arpita Mukherjee and Aditya Prakash Rao | Economic Times | December 4, 2021
 
 


Op-eds:

The Way Forward in Us-India Economic Ties
Pravakar Sahoo and Durgesh K Rai | Hindu BusinessLine | December 6, 2021
 
 
 


Op-eds:

Book Review: Watershed: How We Destroyed India’s Water and How We Can Save It
Bharat Sharma | Financial Express | December 26, 2021

Government’s resolve on agriculture reforms will be tested in 2022
Siraj Hussain and Jugal Mohapatra | Moneycontrol.com | December 23, 2021

SEBI's Recent Regulation and on Tackling the Rising Inflation
Siraj Hussain | CNBC TV18 | December 21, 2021

As Farm Laws are Repealed, is all Hope Lost for Agricultural Reform?
Siraj Hussain and Shweta Saini | The WIRE | December 20, 2021

Supporting Agriculture the Smart Way
Ashok Gulati and Shweta Saini | Financial Express | December 20, 2021

How to Help the Farmer
Ashok Gulati and Shweta Saini | Indian Express | December 20, 2021

Crop Diversification a Must for Raising Farm Income
Shweta Saini and Siraj Hussain | Financial Express | December 15, 2021

Harvesting Solar to Breathe Easy
Ashok Gulati | Financial Express | December 6, 2021

My Right to Breathe
Ashok Gulati | Indian Express | December 6, 2021
 
 
 


Op-eds:

Reforms jolt: Do we need competition in the power sector?
Somit Dasgupta | Financial Express | December 31, 2021

Saying it Sharply
Somit Dasgupta | Indian Express | December 28, 2021

A primer on Green Hydrogen
Somit Dasgupta | ET EnergyWorld | December 16, 2021

Punjab Renegotiating Power Purchase Agreements Could Endanger India's Renewable Energy Goals
Somit Dasgupta | The WIRE | December 12, 2021
   
 
 
 
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Deepak Mishra
Director & CE
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Disclaimer:
Opinions and recommendations in the report are exclusively of the author(s) and not of any other individual or institution including ICRIER. This report has been prepared in good faith on the basis of information available at the date of publication. All interactions and transactions with industry sponsors and their representatives have been transparent and conducted in an open, honest and independent manner as enshrined in ICRIER Memorandum of Association. ICRIER does not accept any corporate funding that comes with a mandated research area which is not in line with ICRIER’s research agenda. The corporate funding of an ICRIER activity does not, in any way, imply ICRIER’s endorsement of the views of the sponsoring organization or its products or policies. ICRIER does not conduct research that is focused on any specific product or service provided by the corporate sponsor.


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