This chapter documents the growing informalization of India’s labour force and the consequences of this phenomenon for the state of social protection in India.
In our response, we commend and highlight the more risk sensitive methodology and the corresponding disclosures outlined in the draft guidelines. However, we also point out that not including conduct risk under operational risk is a major lacuna.
Offering affordable derivative products that will help them hedge against price and weather risks is vital
Impact of information disclosure on consumer behaviour: The case of high-risk bonds
A Convening on ‘Emerging Customer Risks in Digital Lending’ was conducted on April 22nd and 23rd, 2021, by Dvara Research Foundation in collaboration with the Consultative Group to Assist the Poor (CGAP).
In this paper, we document the growing informalization of India’s labour force, and the consequences of this phenomenon for the state of social protection in India
In this blog post, we analyse migrant risks and work choices
This problem can be solved by link-ups with large supply chains and networks that disperse risk and place small businesses in a better position to get loans and attract equity investors.
This paper presents ideas for a new approach to enforcement of a data protection regime, based on risk-based supervision and the use of a range of responsive enforcement tools that could be deployed in advance of a breach to prevent it, or after a breach to mitigate the effects.
The effectiveness of a future Indian data protection regime would hinge largely on the capacity and approach to supervision and enforcement. The paper discusses some novel ideas to guide the enforcement of a data protection regime.