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The End of Neoliberalism?

By Matias Vernengo A while ago I promised to return to this topic and discuss Mirowski’s reply in the INET debate to my comment on …

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The Uses and Abuses of Economics

By Matias Vernengo Alan Blinder wrote a few days ago in the Wall Street Journal that economic theory has been often abused by …

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Grand Alliance : The Indian Political League 2019

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With the Lok Sabha elections less than a year away, the ‘season of unusual bonhomie,’ that has cemented its place …

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Battle For 2019 : Fours Years On It Is Prime Narendra Modi Versus The Rest

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  Hate him, criticise him or even abuse him, but, don’t cast aspersions on his ability to surprise you. Given …

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IPL 2018 : A Truly Riveting Tournament

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In the end it was fitting that after two year ban the consistent Chennai Super Kings led by  ‘Captain Cool’ …

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MSD : The Cool, Calm, Composed Man Manager

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In the first qualifier, with five down for 62 runs on the scoreboard, and his team staring at an imminent …

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4 Years Of Narendra Modi Government : It Is Time For Reality Check

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Riding on the Modi wave-remember the whirlwind trips across the country and record number of public addresses by former Gujarat …

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Specters of Partition

By Amar Diwakar Partition is the sanguinary event upon which national identity in the Subcontinent pivots. Much like the Holocaust is …

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Why A B De Villiers is Simply Peerless

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The announcement by South African cricket legend A B De Villiers to suddenly retire from all forms of International cricket …

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Post Karnataka Polls : The Game Has Just Begun

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It’s a pale end to a three day long action packed political thriller. The Karnataka saga, with the protagonists displaying …

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