In India, nearly 65% of the healthcare spending is out of pocket by individuals. The remaining 35% is highly fragmented and comes from a number of central and state government funds, and insurance companies. The unprecedented healthcare crisis caused by the pandemic has brought a number of concerns about the effectiveness and sustainability of the healthcare system to the forefront.
Anticipating the function and impact of India’s new personal insolvency and bankruptcy regime – A Youtube Video
Video: Anticipating the function and impact of India’s new personal insolvency and bankruptcy regime
As part of the Emerging Markets Finance Conference, 2017, organised by IGIDR in collaboration with Vanderbilt Law School, Bindu Ananth joined a discussion on India’s new personal insolvency and bankruptcy regime, along with Prof. Adam Feibelman of Tulane University Law School and Renuka Sane, Associate Professor, NIPFP. Watch the video below from the event that […]
Law, policy and regulation for customers making digital payments: IFMR – A Youtube Video