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Serious job losses are taking place

More than two months after the demonetisation, Nobel Laureate and economist Amartya Sen says that any proper economic reasoning could not have sensibly led to such a ham-handed policy. He predicts that the demonetisation will hit the economy quite ... The Hindu, 20 hours ago

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Laureates at Presi lectern, glory graces wall

Nobel laureates Jean Tirole and Amartya Sen at Presidency on Thursday; (below) Sen in front of the Presidency wall where his name has been sculpted along with the names of other famous Presidencians. Pictures by Pradip Sanyaland Subhankar Chowdhury ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago Note ban despotic action,...  The Echo Of India1 month ago Amartya Sen terms demonetisation a despotic action  The Hindu1 month ago 'PM Modi's demonetisation move is despotic'  Rediff.com1 month ago
Hindustan Times

Demonetisation will have adverse effects, says economist Amartya Sen

Nobel laureate Amartya Sen said on Friday the decision to demonetise currency was taken hurriedly without thinking about its consequences. I don't think that this (demonetisation) decision was taken after considering all sides. It was taken ...
 Hindustan Times2 weeks ago Demonetisation done without thinking about consequence: Nobel laureate Amartya Sen  Firstpost.com2 weeks ago Amartya Sen Says Demonetisation Will Have Adverse Effect  Bloomberg-Quint2 weeks ago No good economic sense behind demonetisation decision: Amartya Sen  Deccan Chronicle2 weeks ago

Cash ban support from Nobel winner Tirole

KOLKATA: Jean Tirole, the French economist who was awarded the Nobel Prize for his analysis of market power and regulation, feels India needed to move more progressively on demonetisation to ensure it did not hurt the poor, and that more experts ...
 Times of India1 week ago Demonetisation cannot catch much of corrupt money': French economist  The Echo Of India1 week ago
Times of India

Women's wing to dispel myths

A study conducted by, among others, Pratichi Institute, founded by Nobel laureate Amartya Sen, has found that widowhood, and not triple talaq, is the primary marriage disruptor among Muslim women in Bengal. The study -conducted in 2014 but the ...
 Times of India1 month ago Death, not talaq, does them part in Bengal  Times of India1 month ago


YEOS RESIGNATION WILL NOT MATTER TO MODI By Amulya Ganguli Ever since Amartya Sen said that as an Indian citizen, I don't want Modi as my PM, his fate was sealed as an academic who could play an institutional role in India when the BJP was in ...
 IPA Newspack.com1 month ago
Indian Express

Interview: Demonetisation move declares all Indians as possible crooks, unless they can establish otherwise, says Amartya Sen

On the government's demonetisation move, Prof Amartya Sen, in an email interview to The Indian Express says: Only an authoritarian government can calmly cause such misery to the people." Bharat Ratna and Nobel laureate, Professor Amartya Sen, who is ...
 Indian Express1 month ago Govt dubbed despotic and authoritarian Demonetisation move declares all Indians as possible crooks, unless they can establish otherwise, says Amartya Sen  Sangai Express1 month ago

Presentiments of Nobel Future

(Before It's News) Two books that bear heavily on problems in the world today are The Guidance of an Enterprise Economy (MIT, 2016), by Martin Shubik, of Yale University, and Eric Smith, of George Mason University; and Identity and Control ...
 Before It's News1 month ago

'Gandhi should have won the Nobel Prize'

Only 15 people of Indian origin have won the coveted prize.Hoping to correct this situation, reports Pallav Bagla, India has embarked on the most intense dialogue with the Nobel Foundation till date. IMAGE: Visitors at the Sabarmati Ashram in Ahmedabad. Photograph: Rajesh Karkera/ The Nobel Prize is one of the most coveted awards of the world and India's strike rate is abysmally low -- just four Indian citizens have won the award out of the 870 individual winners since 1901. India ...
 Rediff.com11 hours ago India's most intense dialogue with Nobel Foundation  Economic Times2 days ago
Yahoo! Finance

India Cash Ban Disruptive But Won't Harm Modi's Election Chances

Narendra Modi, India's prime minister, speaks at the Bloomberg India Economic Forum in New Delhi, India, on Monday, March 28, 2016. Good policy is fueling India's world-beating growth, Modi said in a wide-ranging rebuttal to critics who say he's ...
 Yahoo! Finance6 days ago Congress releases earthquake, calls demonetisation 8/11 on Indian economy  Times of India1 week ago Pro-Modi economists hail 'brave' note ban  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago 'A queue to end all queues'  Bangladesh Daily Star1 month ago
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