Vol. 4 No. 2 (Mar-Apr) (2023): Indian Public Policy Review
In this issue, Bibek Debroy and Devi Prasad Misra's study proposes to make use of domestic taxation data to get a sense of the volume and directions of internal trade with a special emphasis on India. The paper by Rajeev Gowda and Shonali Thangiah applies a risk analysis framework to examine whether India’s ban on ENDS improves public health outcomes, or whether an alternative approach such as regulation would be more effective. Piyali Majumder's study estimates the degree of agglomeration of the Indian organised manufacturing sector and examines its evolution pattern across districts over the period 2000-01 to 2009-10. Srinivasa Madhur's paper examines the progress and failures of SAARC as a regional forum in four key areas of regional cooperation and integration: trade, money and finance, and people-to-people contacts. N R Bhanumurthy reviews Forks in the Road: My days at RBI and Beyond by C Rangarajan.