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Raghuram Rajan exit: India has lost one of the most skillful financial economic thinkers, says Amartya Sen
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Raghuram Rajan exit: India has lost one of the most skillful f...

Nobel laureate Amartya Sen termed RBI Governor Raghuram Rajans decision to not seek a second term, as sad for the country. He said that India is losing one of the most skillful economic thinkers in the world. "We are losing one of the most skillful financial ... catchnews.com, 1 week ago
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Caste system anti-national, says Nobel laureate Amartya Sen

"I would say caste is anti-national because it divides the nation.," the 82-year-old economist said. Nobel laureate Professor Amartya Sen Nobel laureate Professor Amartya Sen criticised the practice in India of branding people who don't "toe a ...
 India Today2 weeks ago Caste is anti-national as it divides India, says Amartya Sen  Hindustan Times2 weeks ago Amartya Sen describes Indian caste divisions as 'anti-national' at London School of Economics  Indian Express2 weeks ago PTI - UK-SEN - Amartya Sen describes caste divisions as 'anti-national'  Namibia Press Agency2 weeks ago
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India follows China with football program

AN ambitious project to awaken a sleeping giant of Asian soccer looks like confirming Nobel laureate Amartya Sen's famous remark that India pricks up its ears only when comparisons with China are made. With China embarked on a multi-billion ...
 Shanghai Daily1 week ago 'Mission 11 Million' to kickoff  South Africa Star1 week ago Chinese mantra to lift Indian soccer  Financial Chronicle1 week ago 'Mission 11 Million': India's ambitious football programme to kick off in October  Firstpost.com1 week ago
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Kukah: Catholic bishop decries lack of citizens' engagement in policy making debates

He quoted Nobel laureate Amartya Sen as stressing the importance of public discussions as a vehicle for social change and economic progress. Bishop Matthew Kukah , the current Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Sokoto, has identified the lack ...
 Pulse.ng3 weeks ago Bishop Kukah decries lack of citizens engagement public policy making debates  Reporters3653 weeks ago
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Good economy for China: Source of innovation

Edmund S. Phelps The fact is that there is much less innovation coming out of America than there once was and hardly any coming out of Europe. So China could become a major source of innovation for the global economy, equaling or exceeding ...
 Himalayan Times3 days ago
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Rexit 'bad omen' for Indian economy, reputation abroad: Experts

RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan said he would return to academia but would be ready to serve India again in future. IMAGE: ‘History will judge Rajan as one of the most effective central bankers of not just India but of the world’. Photograph: Reuters     Calling RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan's exit a 'bad omen' for the Indian economy, eminent economists and former policymakers on Sunday said it will be seen by the world as India's non-approval to a policy against ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Rajan's exit 'bad omen' for Indian economy, reputation abroad:Experts  Daijiworldcom1 week ago Raghuram Rajan's exit bad omen for Indian economy: ...  Firstpost.com1 week ago Rexit bad omen for Indian economy, reputation abroad:Experts  MetroVaartha.com1 week ago
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Dear African Child (iv): the inevitable Economic evolution.

Author : GOBE TAZIBA "The test of our progress is not whether we add more to the abundance of those who have much it is whether we provide enough for those who have little. ― Franklin D. Roosevelt This Saturday marks the last appearance of the ...
 Weekend Post4 days ago

Questions for economic experts

Dear Editor, …the denial of access to product markets is often among the deprivations from which many small cultivators and struggling producers suffer under traditional arrangements and restrictions. The freedom to participate in economic ...
 Jamaica Observer2 weeks ago

Save Humanity And The Biosphere Through Zero Tolerance For Deadly Neoliberalism And Remorseless Neoliberals

Countercurrents.org Greed-driven neoliberalism is currently the dominant economic philosophy globally but has driven Humanity to the edge a catastrophic 2 degree Centigrade temperature rise is now essentially inevitable, 17 million people die ...
 Counter Currents1 month ago
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Fading hope: why the youth of the Arab Spring are still unemployed

The 2011 Arab Spring was a clear signal to governments and ruling parties that the time had come for reform, if not revolution. People in the Middle East and North Africa were demanding nothing less than sweeping political, social and economic ...
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