ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

Editorials

The death of 70 children in a Gorakhpur hospital indicts us as a nation.
The Economic Survey, Volume II is innovative but once again within a narrow reform agenda.

Commentary

The proposed National Commission for Socially and Educationally Backward Classes armed with constitutional status has been touted as a move to appease disgruntled dominant peasant castes in various states and in lieu of the 2019 polls.

Special Articles

Recent literature in New Institutional Economics has sought to study the link between colonialism and global inequalities.

Columns

The Surrogacy (Regulation) Bill, 2016, introduced ostensibly to provide a legal framework for surrogacy in India, is a regressive legislation that seeks to control women’s bodies and reinforces heteronormative notions of what a family is.

Letters

While speaking at the Jharkhand Conclave 2025, organised by Prabhat Khabar on 13 August 2017 in Ranchi, economist and social activist Jean Drèze was heckled and shouted at by sitting ministers of the Jharkhand government, and was forced to discontinue his speech.

Book Reviews

State and Capital in Independent India: Institutions and Accumulation by Chirashree Das Gupta, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016; pp xiv+315, ₹ 727.

Review Issues

Why a Review of Environment and Development? The Review of Environment and Development has been ­imagined to address social, political and economic ­issues ­related to environment and ecosystems, at all scales from local to global.

Special Issues

The Forest Rights Act, 2006 has the potential to democratise forest governance by recognising community forest resource rights over an estimated 85.
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