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Case Study— Private Finance Initiative in UK – Insights for India

Case Study of the Private Finance Initiative (PFI) in the UK: Insights for India Shahana Sheikh and Mukul G. Asher Read the full case study in PDF [479KB] Abstract This paper has two main objectives. The first is to analyse...

Mukul Asher’s talk on a framework for generating fiscal space

Prof. Mukul Asher — Councillor at Takshashila Institution and Professorial Fellow LKYSSP, National University of Singapore — reviewed the theoretical concept of fiscal space, and presented an integrated framework for generating fiscal space in the Indian context at Centre for Policy...

Case Study — Metronet PPP in the UK: Implications for India

A Case Study of Metronet PPP in the UK: Implications for India Shahana Sheikh, Mukul G. Asher and V. Ramakrishnan Read the full case study here[504 KB] Abstract This paper analyses the challenges faced by the policy makers in the...

Discussion Document—Economic Reasoning and Social Policy

Economic Reasoning and Social Policy Mukul Asher, Councillor at the Takshashila Institution Based on a keynote address to 12th East Asian Social Policy (EASP) Conference, 
 “Social Policy and Governance in East Asia” in Singapore, July 30-31, 2015. Download the discussion document in...

Policy Brief— Reforming Public Procurement Legislation in India

Public Procurement Legislation Essential for Improving Public Financial Management in India Mukul G. Asher, Tarun Sharma and Shahana Sheikh In response to input sought by the Ministry of Finance on the 2012 Public Procurement Bill. Read the full Policy Brief...

First weekend workshop held for the ninth intake of GCPP

Takshashila hosted the first weekend workshop in Bangalore for students from the ninth intake of the Graduate Certificate in Public Policy course between 30th and 2nd of November, 2014. The workshop took place at TERI. Speakers at the workshop included Colonel Hariharan, Ian Felton,...

The second batch of B.CLIP: B.PAC Civic Leadership Incubator Programme comes to a conclusion.

The second batch of B.CLIP: B.PAC Civic Leadership Incubator Programme, an education programme jointly designed by the Takshashila Institution and the Bangalore Political Action Committee (B.PAC) concluded its training programme in September 2014. B.CLIP aims to create a pool of good...

Discussion Document— Fiscal Consolidation is the Key to Economic Growth

This Discussion Document provides directions for the 2014 and future budgets focussing on the budget-making processes, subsidies, fiscal dominance of monetary policy, inflation expectations, bank ownership and fiscal consolidation.

The B.CLIP civic leadership programme featured in Open magazine

The B.CLIP civic leadership programme featured in Open magazine. The piece also features Takshashila Councillor Mukul Asher and quotes Takshashila’s Pavan Srinath. “In a tube-lit classroom filled to burst- ing point with about 66 adults across age groups, Mukul Asher,...

Mukul Asher quoted in a piece on the BBMP budget

Prof Mukul Asherdeconstructs the BBMP budget and explains the sound financial management practices and budgeting practices that have to be followed. Bangalore: BBMP? We should call it ‘BB empty’ instead “These observations come from a well-known economist who has studied...
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