Problems in Nepalese Policy-Making Landscape: A Covid-19 Example

Attributable to lack of critical appraisal of the Covid-19 situation and a series of poor policy choices, Nepal has not

Ayushma Maharjan

About Ayushma Maharjan

Ayushma Maharjan pursued development finance as part of her undergraduate education. She is currently working as the Research and Communications Officer. She has been focusing on writing blogs and articles and has been researching on contemporary economic issues of Nepal. She aspires to craft conducive reforms through evidence-based policy making and redefine the policy discourse in Nepal .

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Education and Bad Political Leadership

F.A Hayek through his book “The Road to Serfdom” argued that in a socialist polity the worst always gets on

Ayushma Maharjan

About Ayushma Maharjan

Ayushma Maharjan pursued development finance as part of her undergraduate education. She is currently working as the Research and Communications Officer. She has been focusing on writing blogs and articles and has been researching on contemporary economic issues of Nepal. She aspires to craft conducive reforms through evidence-based policy making and redefine the policy discourse in Nepal .

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Lives Versus Lives

After eight weeks of compliance to a government mandated blanket lockdown, the country is onto yet another extension.  About Ankshita

Ankshita Chaudhary

About Ankshita Chaudhary

Ankshita is working as the Research and Communications Officer. She is a Bachelors in Business Administration graduate from Kathmandu University. She regularly writes articles and blogs to promote alternative outlooks on contemporary political-economic debates in Nepal. She reserves interest in the area of federalism, entrepreneurship and economic development; and aspires to create institutional and policy reforms that promote evidence-based policy making in their practices.

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Overhauling The System; More Than Mere Tweaks

Forty-two days into the nationwide lockdown, the focus of the government rests upon flattening the curve – as it should

Ankshita Chaudhary

About Ankshita Chaudhary

Ankshita is working as the Research and Communications Officer. She is a Bachelors in Business Administration graduate from Kathmandu University. She regularly writes articles and blogs to promote alternative outlooks on contemporary political-economic debates in Nepal. She reserves interest in the area of federalism, entrepreneurship and economic development; and aspires to create institutional and policy reforms that promote evidence-based policy making in their practices.

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