Our Work

Accelerating India’s Growth to Improve Lives

FED aims to facilitate sustained & broad-based economic growth of over 10%, to improve the lives of all Indians.

We identify high-impact growth opportunities in areas like labor-intensive exports, housing, etc., and work with the government on creating a value chain of reform

Our Focus Areas

Opportunities for Fast & Sustained Growth


India should capitalise on Its low-skilled labour pool to drive export-led growth


Construction in India has the potential to create 1.5 crore productive jobs


Tourism employs 3.2 crore people & has the potential to absorb more workers

CategoriesFocus Areas Ideas for Growth

Gurcharan Das On ‘Selling’ Reforms; India Craving An Industrial Revolution | Ep 3 | FED Dialogues

It’s been over 30 years since India liberalised its economy. If it didn’t sink in then, it’s crystal clear today…

CategoriesElectronics Focus Areas

Banmali Agrawala On India’s Electronics Manufacturing Opportunity | Ep 2 | FED Dialogues

India is stepping up its ambitions of gaining global market share in labour-intensive manufacturing. The success we have seen in…

CategoriesFED Updates Focus Areas

FED Dialogues Ep 1: With Dr. Arvind Panagariya

Evidence tells us, unequivocally, that sustained economic growth is the best bet for poverty alleviation. But scepticism about growth remains embedded…

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In this conversation with FED’s Founding Director Rahul Ahluwalia, acclaimed author and former chief executive Procter & Gamble India, Gurcharan Das shares profound anecdotes that will shape your perspective on India’s economic growth trajectory, quotes Margaret Thatcher and Deng Xiaoping on selling economic reforms and ditching the planned economy model, and tells us why India, in the 21st century, should strive for an industrial revolution.