Economics & Finance

Is Universal Health Coverage Revolutionary Enough?

India is a country with a massive dearth of high-quality medical facilities. Right from the shortage of good quality doctors to basic amenities that ought to be present in hospitals, India is behind on all fronts. Despite this,  medical tourism to India has surged in recent years, owing to its cheap and high-quality medical facilities. These facilities …

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Braving the Economic Storm, in the Wake of Covid-19

The COVID-19 virus has destroyed everything in its path. Public health, countless lives, the economy, the psychology of the masses, and on a humorous note, Donald Trump’s unwarranted wall of confidence. However, it is crucial to be aware and prepared for the consequences beyond the wrath of the virus. From an economic point of view, …

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Patent Laws in India: A Gap between Theory and Implementation

Imagine yourself as a researcher who has been working on developing a novel product for the past seven years. Your product has finally been cleared to be launched in the market. Being one of a kind, it has the potential of making unusual profits owing to a lack of competition. Suddenly, a year later, you …

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The Libra Conundrum: If We Don’t do it first, China Will

The concept of cryptocurrency first emerged in the 1980s, but it was popularized with the release of Bitcoin. Since the release of Bitcoin, over 6000 alternative variants of cryptocurrency have been introduced. But, it was primarily the steep swings in the prices of Bitcoin that kept the market and the regulators engaged in cryptocurrencies. This …

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