Tag Archives: India

Private Property Rights as the Pillar of Human Civilization

The fundamental question all human beings face is, how do we organize our society in such a way that leads to the achievement of ground norms of justice, peace, prosperity and civilization? Particularly, how to organize the society so it avoids conflict between its members and promotes cooperation.  In this short essay I am going […]

The Decline of the Western Civilization (Mises Interviews, Episode 5, Mr. Jayant Bhandari)

In the latest episode of Mises Interviews, our returning guest Mr. Jayant Bhandari discusses the phenomenon of the rise and decline of the Western civilization. He talks about its potential causes and then he discusses what lessons the world can learn from this decline. He also talks about the future of the ideas like Liberty […]

Discussion on the on-going Farm Bill Protest

Indian farmers from the state of Punjab, Haryana etc., are up in the arms against the Narendra Modi government for their recently passed Farm Acts. This has generated a lot of discussion in India. Mises India Institute President Dr. Madhusudan Raj sat down with Mr. Yohan Tengra of Anarchy for Freedom India to discuss these […]

Is the Indian Economy in Recession because of Covid-19 Pandemic?

The Indian finance minister Ms. Nirmala Sitharaman while addressing the annual general meeting of the Indian Chamber of Commerce (ICC) said that, While in early 2020 green shoots and revival signs of the economy were visible, it was upset with the pandemic setting in. the government has taken several of measures to support the economy […]

Cost and Benefit of Investing in Government Bonds

In today’s highly volatile world, managing one’s financial resources to remain financially and economically secure is a top priority. We are in uncertain times like never before as no one knows what the next year or month or day will bring in front of us. Who would’ve thought that year 2020 will be a roller […]