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ISPP unveils new Research Centre

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Delhi-based Indian School of Public Policy (ISPP) has announced the opening of its new research centre – The Case Study Centre. The centre will serve as a hub for rigorous and cutting-edge policy research, driving innovation and thought leadership in the field of public policy with curated Indian content from the national, state and local government levels. The research centre will provide a platform for faculty, students, and policy practitioners to collaborate and tackle complex policy challenges in Indian contexts through data-driven and evidence-based research.

The Case Study Centre will produce case studies covering a wide range of issues in public policy, administration, and governance with a very Indian focus. By converting the tensions and dilemmas faced by policymakers into teaching material, the centre provides public policy professionals with a rich repository of real-life policy problems they can analyze, solve, and learn from.

Additionally, ISPP has taken a step forward to enhance the school’s intellectual capital and support its vision to create impactful solutions for India’s most pressing policy challenges through appointment of three senior faculty members across ‘Sarkaar, Samaaj and Bazaar’ (Government, Academia and Corporates) respectively.

Dr. O P Agarwal (CEO of World Resources Institute 2017-2022), Professor Krishna K Ladha (Game Theory, and Business and Government specialization), and Ajay Khanna (Professor of Practice and Advisor), who have over 130 years of combined experience, bring their diverse experiences and skill sets to take ISPP to higher levels across academic and research programmes.

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