Research

Welcome to the ACES Institute—Where Research Meets Impact. Our diverse team, comprised of international thought leaders, is the driving force behind impactful research and expert advisory. We set uncompromising standards, ensuring that our work is characterized by exceptional quality, objectivity, rigorous peer-review, and a celebration of diverse perspectives.

The ACES Institute is dedicated to fostering sustainable growth and facilitating stakeholder reflection on their developmental journey. Through strategic collaborations and alliances, we accelerate the pace of change by delivering meticulous research and expert analysis.

At the heart of our mission is a relentless pursuit of progress aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Our research agenda is a dynamic force, continuously providing insights that empower business leaders to make informed decisions, driving global sustainability forward.

Explore our extensive range of publications, including Commissioned Research, Peer-Reviewed Publications, Technical Reports, Opinions, and Whitepapers. Each piece reflects our unwavering commitment to shaping a future marked by sustainable practices and positive impact.

Reports

Building a Robust Policy Framework for Connected Automated Vehicles in India

Reports

An analysis of Policies and Laws Governing Child Marriages in SAARC Countries

Reports

Female Genital Mutilation

Reports

The Constituents of Global Economy – Optimism with Caution

Reports

Economic Revolution: GST & Demonetization

Reports

Media, Public Policy and Development – Some Musings

Reports

Syrian Refugee Crisis – Much more than what meets the Eye

Reports

A Desk Research Paper on the background of the persecution of the Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar

Reports

The ‘sky rail’ saga: can big new transport projects ever run smoothly?

Reports

Dealing Fair with the Doctrine of Fair Use – A Comparative Study of the Doctrine between the US and India

Natural mosquito fungus ‘could block spread of malaria’

By: Fiona Broom A fungus that lives in malaria-carrying mosquitoes could boost global efforts to...

The Stumbling Block of Transgender Persons Act

Author:  Akhil, Research Fellow, Goeman Bind Genders are generally categorized as ‘male’ and ‘female’. Nevertheless,...

The Rise of EdTech in India

Author: Vanshika Joshi, Research Fellow, Goeman Bind With changing times, technology has spurred into every...

Potential Of Social Legislation as A Tool of Social Change

Author: Vanshika Joshi, Research Fellow, Goeman Bind “Change is inevitable”, every individual, thing, or entity...

Is the Criminal identification Bill 2022 not a violation Of Personal liberty?

Author: Divya Jyoti, Research Fellow, Goeman Bind   The criminal Identification Bill is to be...

Climate adaptation ‘critical’ for Africa

Season 3, Episode 23 Despite contributing the least greenhouse gas emissions globally, Sub-Saharan Africa is...

Why do kids have to go to school?

  Curious Kids is a series for children of all ages. If you have a...

How Not to Count Salmon

  Series: Broken Promises Salmon Disappear From the Pacific Northwest When I was assigned to...

India examines medical school costs amid Ukraine exodus

By: Ranjit Devraj [NEW DELHI] A move by India to make medical education more affordable...

Omicron makes booster shots more critical for medically vulnerable seniors

People are understandably worn out, tired of thinking about COVID-19 and wanting to get back...
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