Author Archives: IPAN Research Team
In this last edition in the series of articles published at the conclusion of research undertaken on India’s Start-up India Plan, IPAN researchers propose additional efforts to make Start-up India Plan more inclusive and pro-Dalit communities.
This comprehensively researched article presents a compelling case for creating a women entrepreneur friendly start-up ecosystem and proposes a few interesting solutions.
Alongside the hype around success of Indian startup unicorns, there is another hype these days around why a lot of them are downsizing or scaling back. This article, as a part of published series on Start-up India Plan contemplates on
This is the second article in the series of articles on Start-up India Plan. The researchers argue for a better industry-academia collaboration while highlighting the recent work done and the problems still persisting.
First in the series of articles on PM Modi’s Start-up India Plan, this piece presents the status quo on start-up ecosystem in India – with its green shoots as well as problems.