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Neeta Misra

The author is BW’s consulting editor — Sustainability

Latest Articles By Neeta Misra

Climate Change: What Next For India

Neeta Misra

The withdrawal of the US should not be a call for us to retreat but to expand our role on the global front and strengthen our institutions at home to move forward

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What Happens In Childhood Matters In Adulthood

Neeta Misra

Childhood violence in abhorrent and addressing it is a moral imperative. Emerging global research on the issues shows a clear link between childhood experiences and adulthood outcomes

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The Future Of Healthcare In India

Neeta Misra

Estimates indicate that healthcare costs drive an additional 4% of Indian families, over 50 million people, into poverty each year

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The Silver Linings of Demonetisation

Neeta Misra

BW Businessworld catches up with Dr. Arvind Virmani at the Demonetisation roundtable held at the Metropolitan Hotel in New Delhi on what he thinks about the measure

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Women's Declining Employment: What The Data Shows

Neeta Misra

Women's employment in India shows a departure from the economic development theories premised on the thesis of greater demand for women's wage labour with economic growth

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Impact Evaluation Makes Good Sense!

Neeta Misra

In an interview with BW Businessworld, Dr. Emmanuel Jimenez who recently moved to 3ie after 30 years at the World Bank, talks about the role of impact evaluation in assisting policy makers

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The Making Of The Indian Millennial Man

Neeta Misra

BW Businessworld speaks to Prathap Suthan, CCO, Bang In The Middle, who helps us unpack the Indian Millennial Man

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'Planning Commission Needed To Perform New Functions To Fit New Millennium Economy'

Neeta Misra

Arun Maira, who was a member of the last 5 year term of the Planning Commission discusses how the commission had undertaken a process of transformation

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Why Child Nutrition Matters For Economic Growth

Neeta Misra

The focus on child nutrition and economic growth is prescient; India has the largest youth population and is in the middle of a potential demographic dividend that will end close to 2040

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A Recipe For Indian Smart Cities: Combining Technology With Urban Planning And Inclusivity

Neeta Misra

The digital revolution can bring everyone along if it used in an inclusive manner for example by using data to identify and target a city's most vulnerable population

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