Supplyco was formed in 1974 with the primary objective of controlling the rise in prices of essential commodities. However, very few know about this objective of Supplyco since it’s commonly perceived as a manifestation of the welfare state, selling commodities […]
Kerala has garnered global attention for its remarkable achievements in the health sector and its success is mainly attributed to the large public expenditure by the government. The study done by CPPR examines the contribution of small private medical institutions […]
The Centre for Public Policy Research is happy to launch its election talk series called “Decoding the Polls,” where our experts talk and discuss the trends, narratives, issues, and prospects surrounding the Indian General Elections 2019.
The Government of India presented the Interim Budget for 2019. And on the whole, the budget looks very populist with the aim of pleasing the voters before the general elections due this year. #CPPRIndia‘s Deepthi Mary Mathew gives a short […]
Dr. W. Lawrence S. Prabhakar, Associate Professor of International Relations and Strategic Studies at Madras Christian College, Chennai shares his outlook on Great Power Transitions, Power Shifts in the Asia-Pacific: India’s Foreign and Security Policy, Position and Posture. Watch the […]
Dr. Happymon Jacob, Associate Professor of Disarmament and Diplomacy at the Jawaharlal Nehru University(JNU), Delhi shares his perspectives on India -Pakistan Relations in a talk organized at CPPR Office. Watch the video here:
The video analyses the need for amending the Kerala Shops and Establishments Act of 1960 to suit the constantly changing lifestyle and shopping trends of Keralites. It presents representatives from the business community with a chance to voice their concerns […]
In a talk peppered with personal anecdotes and humour, Dr Arthur C Brooks, president of the American Enterprises Institute (AEI), elaborated the role of democratic capitalism in lifting 20 billion people out of poverty. He was hosted by the Centre […]
“India should go for direct electoral system at the state level and empower the state governments because actual governance happens in states. The states should be given the freedom to rule, chance to explore and opportunity to develop, depending on […]
Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR) hosted Muraleedharan Nair (China Expert & Formerly Indian Consul in China) for a talk on ‘Chasing the Chinese Dream: Xi Jinping at the 19th Party Congress’. The talk was on October 17, 2017 at […]
Dr Ila Patnaik (Professor, National Institute of Public Finance and Policy, New Delhi) delivering CPPR 14th Quarterly Lecture on ‘Economic Growth in India: Trends and Cycle’ on July 27, 2017. Dr Ila Patnaik is former Principal Economic Advisor to the […]
CPPR–Centre for Strategic Studies hosted Dr Deepa M Ollapally (Research Professor of International Affairs and Associate Director of Sigur Center for Asian Studies, Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University) to deliver a talk on the topic ‘What Does […]
Deepthi Mary Mathew, Research Associate, CPPR- Centre for Comparative Studies; speaking at the seminar on ‘Myths and Realities of Demonetization’ organised by Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR) in association with Centre for Economy Development and Law (CEDL).
Dr Martin Patrick, Chief Economist, CPPR; speaking at the seminar on ‘Myths and Realities of Demonetization’ organised by Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR) in association with Centre for Economy Development and Law (CEDL).