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National Institute of Public Finance and Policy
The National Institute of Public Finance and Policy (NIPFP) is a centre for applied research in public finance and public policy.
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Address: 18/2, Satsang Vihar Marg, Special Institutional Area, New Delhi - 110067 (INDIA).
Tel: 26563688, 26569780, 26569784
Fax: 91-11-26852548
Email ID: nipfp@nipfp.org.in
Website: http://www.nipfp.org.in/
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COVID-19: Global Diagnosis and Future Policy Perspective
The macroeconomic policy responses to COVID-19 pandemic and the impact of the pandemic on economic growth, and the level of consumption are analysed. The COVID-19 crisis is a dual crisis - public hea...
Section:Working Papers
by Divy Rangan | Published On 05 May 2020
COVID-19 and Macroeconomic Uncertainty: Fiscal and Monetary Policy Response
The macroeconomic uncertainty created by COVID-19 is hard to measure. The situation demands simultaneous policy intervention in terms of public health infrastructure and livelihood. Along with the g...
Section:Working Papers
by Lekha S. Chakraborty | Published On 13 Apr 2020
How to Modernise the Working of Courts and Tribunals in India
Indian courts are clogged with large backlogs. Part of the reason for the problem is that cases take a very long time to move through the courts. It slows progress of court cases is harmful for the In...
Section:Working Papers
by Pratik Dutta | Published On 25 Mar 2019
Impact of Changes in Fiscal Federalism and Fourteenth Finance Commission Recommendations Scenarios on States Autonomy and Social Sector Priorities
This paper compares the additional gains from higher tax devolution in the post 14th FC period, with the additional burden due to the withdrawal of certain central schemes and the changes in the shar...
Section:Working Papers
by Amarnath H. K. | Published On 15 Mar 2019
The Political Economy of Gender Budgeting: Empirical Evidence from India
Gender budgeting is a public policy innovation to transform the gender commitments into budgetary commitments. The political economy process of gender budgeting in India has encompassed four distinct...
Section:Working Papers
by Lekha Chakraborty | Published On 15 Mar 2019
Inter-Governmental Fiscal Transfers in the Presence of Revenue Uncertainty: The Case of Goods and Services Tax (GST) in India
A comprehensive multistage Value Added Tax (VAT) system, viz., Goods and Services Tax (GST), is introduced in India since 1 July 2017. GST encompasses various taxes from Union and State indirect tax b...
Section:Working Papers
by Sacchidananda Mukherjee | Published On 27 Feb 2019
Private Hospitals in Health Insurance Network in India: A Reflection for Implementation of Ayushman Bharat
This paper examines the availability and spread of private hospitals in the country to provide insights on the potential access to insured health services in GSHIS schemes. It uses three sets of infor...
Section:Working Papers
by Mita Choudhury | Published On 19 Feb 2019
Public Expenditure on Old-Age Income Support in India: Largesse for a Few, Illusory for Most
Extant studies deciphering public expenditure on old-age income support in India carry limitations on (a) system expanse, (b) corresponding data collation, and therefore (c) depth of resource conscrip...
Section:One pager
by Mukesh Kumar Anand | Published On 01 Feb 2019
Towards India’s New Fiscal Federalism
The paper explored deep analytical issues such as the nature of the objective function to be optimized, planning horizon, choice of the discount rates, etc. No wonder, his book “Capital and Developmen...
Section:Working Papers
by Vijay Kelkar | Published On 25 Jan 2019
The Way Forward for Personal Insolvency in the Indian Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code
This paper describes the Indian credit market and presents an argument for the need for personal insolvency law. It provides a brief overview of the provisions on personal insolvency in the IBC. It ma...
Section:Working Papers
by Renuka Sane | Published On 24 Jan 2019
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