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Nathan Associates India Analyzes Scope and Potential of the Indian Fintech Market

February 13, 2017—Nathan’s India office recently analyzed the financial technology sector in India for the British High Commission in New Delhi. Financial technology, called fintech, is relatively new in India but has already attracted an investment of over $2.5 billion.The report examines the...

Fintech in India: An analysis of the market, and of the UK’s role in supporting its development

Fintech in India: An analysis of the market, and of the UK’s role in supporting its development was completed in January 2017 for the British High Commission in New Delhi. The report analyzes the Indian fintech sector and recommends 10 areas of focus where the UK can support Indian fintech.The...

Indian Women's Work Environments Vary Widely by State

September 28, 2106—An index gauging the environment for working women in India gives Sikkim the top ranking and Delhi the lowest among states and Union Territories.The index, compiled by Nathan Associates Inc. and the Center for Strategic & International Studies, a Washington, D.C., research...

A Balancing Act: Cost-Benefit Analysis of Reforming India’s Legal Services Market

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"The legal services sector is one of the most restricted sectors, not only in India but also across the world," this report for the British High Commission finds. "Most regulations including restrictions on the advertisement of legal services, organizational forms that are permissible, and the...

Impact of Competition Reforms on Enhanced Welfare in Developing Countries, 2012-2015

Nathan India is providing Consumer Unity & Trust Society (CUTS) International research support for the Competition Reforms for Enhancing Welfare (CREW) project. The purpose of the project is to develop an approach to evaluating the impact of competition reform on consumers and producers in...

India’s Competition Law and Enforcement More Rigorous and Consistent in 2014

November 5, 2014—India’s competition authority is maturing, according to Ram Tamara, Jincy Elizabeth Francis, and Nandita Jain. In The Handbook of Competition Economics 2015, a publication of the Global Competition Review, the three economists describe how decisions by the Competition Commission of...

Five Years in India for Nathan

December 23, 2013—Nathan India just turned five and is ready to expand services in a nation trying to clear obstacles to its full economic potential. The subsidiary of Nathan Associates Inc. celebrated its fifth anniversary on December 6, 2013, at the Taj Mahal Hotel in New Delhi, an occasion for...

Economic Regulation in a Liberalized Economy: Relevance and Challenges in India

India's regulatory structure, though much improved since liberalization began in 1991, ''continues to be plagued by problems such as overlapping jurisdiction, unintended market distortion, and poor enforcement.'' According to Economic Regulation in a Liberalized Economy: Relevance and Challenges in...

Priority Sector Lending in India

Priority sector lending (PSL) is one way to channel credit to sectors otherwise neglected by institutional lenders—but is it worth it? This study by Nathan India evaluates the impact of PSL on India’s banks and agriculture, micro and small enterprise, and export sectors, and examines new guidelines...

India Gains Footing in Competition Policy

October 15, 2013--Competition policy is a "relatively new concept in India," according to Nathan India’s Ram Tamara, Jincy Elizabeth Francis, and Muthu Raman. The Competition Commission of India (CCI) is entering its fifth year as India's fair trade regulator, the three note in The Handbook of...

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