InfoSphere is a space for fact-based, objective analysis on some of the most pressing contemporary issues of policy concern in South Asia (with a more focus on India).
The purpose of each Fact-Sheet, to be released on a monthly basis, is to provide a data-based narrative on an identified issue, allowing readers to understand, analyse and interpret facts critically from well-authenticated sources.
The Team’s sincere hope is that such a form of analysis will allow a cohesive space for policy-diagnosis and discussion on key issues, where facts shown here, can help most shape more informed opinions than give way to personal conjecture or views reflecting deep prejudice or rhetoric.
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Analyzing Female Employment in four G20 Countries
This edition has been produced in collaboration with The Jindal Global Centre for G20 studies. In this G20 edition, we have analyzed female employment and entrepreneurship conditions in four different G20 countries - Germany, Saudi Arabia, Mexico and Russia
Education in India: ASER Report 2022
In this InfoSphere edition, we analyze the current state of Education in India, with special emphasis on the ASER Report 2022.
Post-Budget Analysis 2023-24
With the Finance Minister Nirmala Sitaraman having presented the budget for 2023-24 on February 1st, this edition of Info-Sphere provides an insight on some critical data points from the Union Budget.
Pre-Budget Analysis 2023
Infosphere has done an annual budget analysis for the past few years. The 2023 budget has been of particular importance as it determines growth targets and expenditure targets for the economy.
INDIA vs. OTHER DEVELOPED NATIONS
1) Which sectors contributed the most in
India’s economic growth.
2) India vs developed economies.
3) Find out the sector we have improved
most in, sector we need to work harder in.
4) China vs India's growth story
InfoSphere is an initiative by the Centre for New Economics Studies
Espousing the philosophy of how contemporary economic theories look at socio-economic problems in a variety of ways, the Centre for New Economics Studies (CNES) through its research and activities aims to focus more on exploring the diversity of the scholarship on economics. At CNES, students and young researchers are not only exposed to the basic foundations of economic reasoning and thought but are exposed to the inter-disciplinary application of the discipline of economics in fields of political science (via political economy), psychology (via behavioral economics), history (via economic history), legal studies (via law and economics) and more.