This June, the Indian School of Public Policy (ISPP) conducted three workshops, engaging 104 participants. Conducted by Dr. Amir Ullah Khan, Development Economist, the workshop on 'Setting Priorities: Policy Making and Development Finance' highlighted the importance of gathering evidence and measuring impact to ensure efficient allocation of resources.
Our second workshop, on 'Does India want to grow at 10%' was conducted by Dhiraj Nayyar, Chief Economist, Vedanta Resources conducted a workshop and highlighted the significance of evidence-based public policy-making as a pre-requisite for improved economic growth.
Dr. Arunabha Ghosh, Founder-CEO, Council on Energy, Environment and Water, also conducted a workshop on 'Energy Transitions in Emerging Economies: Opportunities, Risks, and Ways Forward'. The workshop focused on the role of public policy in ending energy poverty and enabling the transition to sustainable forms of energy such as solar power.