“Since India does not have a concrete GDP number, it is difficult to predict the decline in the country’s GDP due to demonetisation,” stated Dr N R Bhanumurthy, Professor, National Institute of Public Finance and Policy. He was speaking at […]
CPPR–Centre for Comparative Studies in association with Centre for Economy Development and Law of Government Law College, Thrissur, organises a seminar on “Myths and Realities of Demonetization” Venue : Bharat Tourist Home, Ernakulam Date : 14th December, 2016? Time 😕 […]
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s announcement on November 8, withdrawing the legal tender status of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes has received sundry response from different quarters. Even though various state governments have raised their concerns regarding demonetisation, opposition from […]
CPPR–Centre for Comparative Studies in association with Centre for Economy Development and Law of Government Law College, Thrissur, organises a seminar on “Myths and Realities of Demonetization” The seminar will be held on December 14, 2016 at Bharat Tourist Home, Ernakulam […]
Dr D Dhanuraj, Chairman of Centre for Public Policy Research, interacting with the students of St. Teresa’s College, Ernakulam, on “Public Policy Making for Better Governance”. The session was held on 2nd December, 2016 at St Teresa’s College, Ernakulam.
Every year, India wastes about 18 per cent of fruits and vegetables, due to lack of post-harvest storage facilities. The cold storage sector has been one of the most undermined sectors in India, devoid of investment, in spite of various […]
“Economic progress cannot be achieved without industrial progress.” The saying of the great social reformer Sree Narayana Guru was quoted by the Finance Minister (FM) of Kerala, Dr Thomas Issac, during this year’s budget speech. He may need to rework […]
Topic: To Study Labour Laws and Labour Reforms Duration: 2 months (Starting from 28 November 2016) Qualification: Law Students preferably 4th or 5th year Location: Kochi, Kerala Job Description: Assist in data collection and analysis Read and interpret data from various […]
The Prime Minister announcing the withdrawal of the legal tender status of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes was conceived as a surgical strike on black money. At the same time, the demonetisation of currency is intended to push the […]
Are you interested to be a part of upcoming U.P and Punjab Elections? Do you want to feel the pulse of the people? Will this be a game changer in Indian Politics ? Has the parties delivered on their manifesto […]
The state of Kerala has witnessed a significant decline in agricultural production in the last few decades. In this context, Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR) has conducted a study: A stagnant agriculture in Kerala: The role of the state […]
Dr. Lekshmi R Nair, Centre Manager, CPPR-Centre for Comparative Studies interacting with the students of St Paul’s College, Ernakulam, on “The Changing Dynamics of Keralas Consumer Economy”. The session was on 3rd November, 2016; at St Paul’s College Ernakulam.
Deepthi Mary Mathew, Research Associate, CPPR-Centre for Comparative Studies interacting with the students of St. Alberts’s College, Ernakulam, on “Inflation Targeting: A New Era in India’s Monetary Policy”. The session was on 4th November, 2016; at St Albert’s College […]
The demonetisation of currency after a long period of 38 years was a welcome and bold step taken by the Government of India on November 8, 2016. The last demonetisation was implemented in 1978 by withdrawing Rs 1000, Rs 5000, […]
The decision to phase out higher denomination currency notes in India is hailed by many as a bold move by the current Central Government. However, this moment should be considered as an opportunity to re-examine the inherent problems plaguing the […]