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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...

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...

India Index Examines State Progress in Economic Reforms

July 20, 2106—The Wadhwani/Nathan Breakthrough Index, compiled by Nathan Associates and the Center for Strategic & International Studies, made its debut with a ranking of industrial land policy in India's 29 states.The southeastern coastal state of Andhra Pradesh scored the highest, with 19.24...

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

May 6, 2016—The economic benefits of reforming India's legal services market outweigh the costs, Nathan Associates analysts concluded in a report for the British High Commission. "Most regulations including restrictions on the advertisement of legal services, organizational forms that are...

India’s Startups Would Benefit from Partnership Structures, Reliable Energy

December 19, 2014—Small businesses in India would receive significant boost from restructuring and better access to energy sources other than fossil fuels and the power grid. The two recommendations are among several contained in a report that Nathan Economic Consulting India Private Ltd., a unit...

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...

Competition Can Only Improve India’s Electricity Sector

November 11, 2013--India has been reforming regulation of its electricity sector since the early 1990s, and the Electricity Act of 2003 introduced competition to all supply segments —generation, transmission, and distribution. The sector, however, is still subject to anti-competitive political...

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...

Unleashing Potential: The Internet and Small Firms in India

August 1, 2013—In New Delhi on July 25, India’s Minister of State for Micro, Medium, and Small Enterprise released a study by Nathan Economic Consulting India Private Limited (Nathan India) and the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI), and Google India: Unleashing the...

Nowhere Near a Power Trip: Analyzing Electricity Tariffs in India

July 18, 2013-As India’s electricity regulator considers allowing a rise in tariffs for a power company hit hard by rising coal prices, analysts at Nathan India question whether a tariff hike is necessarily bad for consumers. Sangeeta Singh and Nandita Jain, poring over data from independent...

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