December 7, 2016

Educational Policy in U.S- Tasks before the New Administration

Upon analysing the voting behaviour in the 2016 U.S.Presidential Election, one cannot help noticing how whites without a college degree (who constituted about one-third of the electorate) thronged in support of Donald Trump. 67 per cent of the white uneducated voters […]
November 7, 2016

A Stagnant Agriculture in Kerala: The Role of the State

Given the significant decline in agricultural production in Kerala in the last few decades, this paper elucidates how government policies and protective practices have created distortions in the agricultural market, hampering the growth of agriculture in the state. The distortions […]
October 25, 2016

CPPR-Global Policy School 2017

Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR) invites applications for its prestigious Global Policy School 2017. It offers a five-day intensive training programme in methods of public policy research to aspiring policy researchers. What the Course Offers Introduction to Public Policy Public Policy Research […]
October 4, 2016

Book on Climate Change Paradigms

The 2015 UN Climate Change Summit, COP21(21st session of Conference of Parties), held in Paris was the most significant conference on climate change since Copenhagen, as the 196 nations that were parties to the agreement had set themselves a deadline […]
June 16, 2016

Applications are Invited for Internship Opportunity at CPPR

Centre for Public Policy Research offering internship opportunity based in Kochi under following categories   1. Academic Assistant (intern) Min Qualification Required: Bachelors in Economics or finance Job Description: Assist in data collection and analysis. Read and interpret data from […]
May 28, 2016

CPPR- ALA Public Policy Research Methods School 2016

CPPR in collaboration with Atlas Leadership Academy has successfully conducted four editions of Policy School that have won the acclaim of participants from 32 countries. The programme has been instrumental in shaping the research skills of think tank professionals, and […]
May 11, 2016

Bihar Now A Dry State; CNBC TV 18, 5th April 2016

Dr D Dhanuraj, Chairman, Centre for Public Policy Research; discussing the liquor ban in Bihar in CNBC TV 18 on 5th April 2016.   Facts  shown at the discussion were taken from our study on Liberalization of Alcohol Sector.   […]
May 9, 2016

Award Ceremony : CPPR – ATLAS Public Policy Challenge 2015

The CPPR – ATLAS Public Policy Challenge 2015 winners Ranjeet Rane and Mathew John were honoured at the award ceremony held on April 30 at Kochi. First runner up Ranjeet Rane was awarded Rs 30,000/- cash prize and second runner […]
May 9, 2016

Activity oriented learning – An evaluation

By Dr D Dhanuraj[1] Dr Lekshmi R Nair[2] School-level education in Kerala has for long been considered as a benchmark for the rest of the country. At the same time, despite being championed as a State with a high literacy […]
May 7, 2016

Alcohol Prohibition- Future Dilemmas

Rahul V Kumar, Research Consultant at Centre for Public Policy Research writes about the alcohol prohibition public policy being experimented across states in India. He answers two questions in this blog,  What could be the purpose for prohibiting alcohol? Will prohibition […]
May 5, 2016

Google Hangout with Senator Curtis Bramble (Republican) from Utah and Representative Jay Kaufman (Democrat) from Massachusetts

CPPR in  association  with The U.S.Consulate Chennai will be hosting a Google Hangout with Senator Curtis Bramble (Republican)  from Utah and  Representative Jay Kaufman (Democrat)  from Massachusetts. They  will be discussing the ongoing US Presidential elections 2016. The session is […]
May 3, 2016

Freedom and the Role of Libertarian Think-tanks in India

Rahul V Kumar, Research Consultant at Centre for Public Policy Research writes on Freedom and the Role of Libertarian Think-tanks in India Read more about this in our blog Freedom and the Role of Libertarian Think-tanks in India   
May 3, 2016

On the Question of State Debts and Intergenerational Transfers

Rahul V Kumar, Research Consultant at Centre for Public Policy Research writes how when the question of intergenerational transfers is raised in the context of debt, especially unsustainable debt of the state, the natural response from supporters of debt is […]
April 29, 2016

CPPR-ALA Policy School is back!!!

Public Policy Research Methods School 2016 organized by Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR) and Atlas Leadership Academy (ALA) is set to commence on April 30th, 2016. This year 11 participants from 10 countries selected through a vigorous process will […]
April 25, 2016

Winning Policy Briefs of Public Policy Challenge 

CPPR once again congratulates the winners of the CPPR-Atlas Public Policy Challenge 2015. The winners of the CPPR Policy Challenge, Ranjeet Rane and Mathew John, competed against 68 other participants from across India. The 10 top participants were shortlisted for a training workshop […]