Reports & Papers

January 29, 2019

Kochi Metro Ridership Improvement Survey

CPPR has undertaken a passenger opinion survey as a part of ridership enhancement initiatives of Kochi Metro (Aluva- Maharajas College). The study was conducted in the Kochi Metro Neighbourhood Region (where the metro passes by), to identify, assess, and prioritise […]
January 14, 2019

Indian Aviation Scene: Empty Seats and Empty Pockets

The Indian aviation industry is touted to be one among the fastest growing industries in the world. The international aviation market has grown significantly with 54 million passengers carried to and from India by both domestic and foreign carriers in […]
January 12, 2019

Kashmir on Tenterhooks

Hazratbal Shrine at Srinagar Kashmir has given rise to an unprecedented situation in the state. Under the provisions of Section 92 of the Jammu and Kashmir Constitution, the state came under Governor’s rule in June 2018 after the BJP decided […]
January 10, 2019

(Re)Emerging India?

Image Courtesy AP With the forces of globalisation blurring the lines between sovereignty and interdependence, the world is at a point where bilateralism and multilateralism have become the need of the hour. In the international system, there exists a dynamic […]
December 26, 2018

A Caliphate in South Asia?

Event report of ‘In Conversation with Dr. Arabinda Acharya’ hosted by CPPR Centre for Strategic Studies at Kochi, Kerala Since Jihadism came into the picture, with the declarations in 1996 by Bin Laden followed by the 1998 declaration, there has […]
December 12, 2018

From Look East to Act East: A review of Kaladan Multi-Modal Transport Project

The Modi government since 2014 has been working towards strengthening India’s relations with South-East Asian countries as part of Act East Policy (AEP) that was rechristened from Look East Policy. The Look East Policy was introduced in 1991 by the […]
October 31, 2018

Public Expenditure Analysis for the state of Madhya Pradesh

CPPR has initiated two analytical research projects for the Government of Madhya Pradesh. The projects jointly assigned by the Planning and Policy Support Unit (PPSU) of the Madhya Pradesh State Policy and Planning Commission, Government of Madhya Pradesh and UNICEF, […]
October 31, 2018

Equity Analysis Report for the state of Madhya Pradesh

CPPR has initiated two analytical research projects for the Government of Madhya Pradesh. The projects jointly assigned by the Planning and Policy Support Unit (PPSU) of the Madhya Pradesh State Policy and Planning Commission, Government of Madhya Pradesh and UNICEF, […]
January 31, 2018

India’s Defence Sector needs more than a Subtle Mention in the Budget

“The defence forces in India have sufficiently grabbed the government’s attention by giving a testament of their might. But has the government given them their due?” ‘India’s Defence Sector Needs more than a Subtle Mention in the Budget’ by Anusha […]
January 19, 2018

Kerala Tourism – The Role of the Government and Economic Impacts

Executive Summary Kerala tourism has won several national and international recognitions, mainly due to the region’s picturesque beauty and state’s responsible tourism projects. Based on the tourism policy documents of the central and state governments, the Kerala tourism model is […]
January 4, 2018

Public Rental Housing under Social Security: A New Slant

The demand–supply mismatch in the rental housing market in India is enormous. What can be done to reduce the gap and ensure affordable rental housing units to the maximum number of people? Nimish Sany (Research Assistant, CPPR) writes about the challenges and […]
January 3, 2018

Small and Medium Enterprises – a Yardstick for Ease of Doing Business

India had much reason to celebrate when the World Bank Group released the Doing Business (DB) 2018 report in October 2017. The report commends India for implementing reforms in a number of areas. In fact, India is the only heavyweight […]
January 2, 2018

Mission 500

China’s aggressive behaviour in the Indo–Pacific has impelled the Americans to look for partners other than their traditional allies in Asia. India, because of its geographical location, territorial size and democratic political system, is the best-suited candidate for the job […]
January 2, 2018

Blockathon for Change  

Societies are repositories of knowledge. More often than not, the solutions for most of the challenges we face as a community or society continue to exist scattered across such repositories. What if a platform can bridge this knowledge gap, and […]
December 13, 2017

Rights of the Invisible Workers

  The rights of the domestic workers are often given the brush-off, as they remain excluded from the labour legislations of the country. ‘Rights of the Invisible Workers’, a blog piece by Ginu Sunny (Research Intern, CPPR) looks into the […]