The Euro Zone Crisis Explained : An overview of talk by Prof. Indradeep Ghosh

Miranda House was a centre stage of thoughtful deliberation and enthusiasm as Dr. Indradeep Ghosh, Professor at Meghnad Desai Academy of Economics, gave students an insight into ‘Why the Euro is in Crisis?’. Dr Ghosh began by saying that the Euro zone crisis has a broader impact than just countries of Europe, given the globalised [...]

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Vishleshan : A summary of lecture by Dr. Reetika Khera

Looking at the chirpy professor who’d just walked in few could guess the years she has spent battling for the rights of those under-privileged; the tools of economics by her side have only made her case stronger and the data-backed observations have made her conclusions credible. Dr. Khera, a renowned development economist and Associate Professor [...]

Vishleshan Lecture by Reetika Khera

Vishleshan, now in its third year, is pleased to host the renowned Developmental economist Dr. Reetika Khera, for its first session of the academic year 2015-16! Dr. Khera will deliver a lecture titled 'Doles, Freebies, Handouts: Populism? The Right(s) Perspective' at Miranda House on 26th August, 2015. The session is open to all students and researchers. Dr. [...]

Vishleshan: Applications Open!

Vishleshan is an initiative by Arthashastra, the economics society of Miranda House to stimulate discussion on matters of importance in economics. Eminent economists such as Dr. Amartya Sen, Dr.Subramaniam Swami and Lord Meghnad Desai, have been a part of events organised by Vishleshan in the past. Core activities of Vishleshan include public lectures and academic [...]

Vishleshan session 2: ‘Indian economy- a macroeconomic outlook’

The second session of Vishleshan – The economics discussion group, Miranda house, Delhi University was based on the topic “Indian economy: A macroeconomic outlook”. We were fortunate to have amongst us Dr Surajit Das, a highly renowned academician and an assistant professor at the Jawaharlal Nehru University who graced us with his presence and delivered [...]