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Dr Amit Kapoor

The author is Chair, Institute for Competitiveness, India

Latest Articles By Dr Amit Kapoor

Breaking The Resource Curse In India

Dr Amit Kapoor

Enabling labour-intensive growth will help India get its growth story back on track and eliminate poverty at a much faster pace. And the resources mining sector could hold the keys to that.

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Keeping Airlines Afloat

Dr Amit Kapoor

The industry holds a lot of promise, given favourable conditions for growth. But just like the rest of the country, poor strategic decisions by the private sector and government are proving fatal for its survival.

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Rethinking India’s Growth Paradigm

Dr Amit Kapoor

India needs to focus on strengthening its human capital through investments in health and education, just like China attempted in the 1980s.

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Asia’s Second Coming

Dr Amit Kapoor

The era of western dominance, however, is coming to an end as the share of the Asian economies in the world GDP in terms of purchasing power parity is estimated to exceed 50 per cent by 2020.

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The Rising Discontent With Development

Dr Amit Kapoor

The current global economic order built around the ideas of open markets and free trade – established with the setting up of Bretton Woods in 1945 – has the inherent tendencies towards concentration of wealth among the few.

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War & Games

Dr Amit Kapoor

The scale of destruction, as well as the fear of social boycott, both will play a role in deciding Pakistan’s action

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The Wave Of Resentment

Dr Amit Kapoor

The issue of resentment should be solved in new and innovative ways as history, if repeated, will benefit none.

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The Asian Divergence

Dr Amit Kapoor

Time is now that India focusses on market-oriented policies for short-run and human capital development for sustained long-run growth.

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Game Theoretic Approach To India Pakistan Conflict

Dr Amit Kapoor

This game-theoretic model asserts how the NFU policy ensures that the countries do not gravitate towards the Nash equilibrium where both countries attack each other and instead stick to a Pareto superior condition of not attacking.

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India And SDGs

Dr Amit Kapoor

The need of the hour is prolonged sustainable development.

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