Since taking power in a 2014 coup, Thailand’s military junta has sought to increase regulation the foreign workforce which forms the backbone of Thai economy.
Given the muscular regulatory state in India, the NITI Aayog’s progressive take on regulation in the context of innovation is a much-needed breath of fresh air.
The costs that Ola and Uber inflict on the financial and physical health of their driver-owners, road space and safety and city transport infrastructure are too significant to be left to Silicon Valley-based venture capitalists.
A golden median between an ex-ante and ex-post approach is possible to achieve, if flexibility is at the core of TRAI’s regulatory ethos.
Trends indicate that ‘Service-in-India’ is where investor interest really lies. This poses challenges for Modi’s policy makers at multiple levels particularly since technologies are not static, unlike the policies that circumscribe them.
Gentle nudges are a better way of limiting tobacco consumption than hard shoves .
The administration’s new rules are aimed at hobbling voluntary organisations which are doing good work