A Government becomes a BIG Government when its trying to come up with ambitious solutions without taking into account its own implementation capabilities or even that of the system as a whole. It’s not politics, it’s the economy. As individuals we know of most, if not, all of the policies introduced by the Government and of the institutions that are recognized by it to implement them. What we don’t know is their lesser known impacts of these policies and the functioning of public institutions.
Why are public sectors still functioning when they have been declared as a loss making
How prepared is the Government to provide employment to the populous and enduring youth
in this country?
What actions should the Government take in order to avoid an impending crisis from
unemployment, debts and corruption?
Vivek Kaul in this new book discusses policies, the direct consequence of which will have an adverse effect on people meant to receive the benefits. You can order this book worth Rs. 2950/- at just 499/- by paying for only postage and handling from