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Amartya Sen: Austerity is like rat poison
Asian Times Online UK

Amartya Sen: Austerity is like

OPINION: Prof Amartya Sen Imposing harsh economic austerity on a nation is like giving people rat poison, according to the Indian Nobel Prize-winning economist Professor Amartya Sen. His weekend speech, called The Economic Consequences of ... Asian Times Online UK, 1 month ago
Amartya Sen: Austerity is like rat poison Asian Times Online UK, 1 month ago

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Does it Trickle Down Or Ladder Up?

Trickledown economics rides on the presumption that eventually the benefits of high economic growth will percolate to those at the bottom of the pyramid. That has been the mantra in India since 1991, influenced in no small part by International ...
 Outlook India2 days ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Sen prescribes China target for institute

The Institute of Public Health proposed by the Mamata Banerjee government should be able to "contribute to better public health care not only in West Bengal, but also in India as a whole", Nobel laureate Amartya Sen has suggested. The Lamont ...
 Calcutta Telegraph6 days ago WB to soon have a state-level Institute of Public Health  Financial Express6 days ago
Calcutta Telegraph

A legend passes away

Mrinal Datta Chaudhuri, or MDC as he was known to several generations of students of the Delhi School of Economics, passed away recently in Pune. He was 81. His death marks the end of an era, for he and the late A.L. Nagar were in many ways the ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago R.I.P. Prof Mrinal Datta Chaudhuri  Outlook India1 month ago Economist Mrinal Datta Chaudhuri passes away at 81  The Hindu1 month ago

A low score

The Human Development Report 2011 of the UNDP affirms what critical scholars have been saying for years now: the high economic growth achieved by India has not translated into a better quality of life for the vast majority of its citizens. For all ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago

A Proven Global Poverty Solution Goes Public

FXB and Harvard University release the FXBVillage Toolkit and Planning Guide to extreme poverty eradication; Leaders in economics and global development, including Nobel laureate Dr. Amartya Sen, celebrate launch CAMBRIDGE, Mass. , May 5, 2015 ...
 Securities Technology Monitor2 months ago

High-profile conference held in Norway on Myanmar's Persecution of Rohingyas

On 26 May, a high-profile international conference was held at the Norwegian Nobel Institute and Voksenaasen , designed to bring the Norwegian and EU publics closer to the reality of the Rohingyas . The conference pushed for an end to Myanmar's ...
 ScandAsia.com1 month ago Oslo Conference on Myanmar's Systematic Persecution of Rohingyas - May 26-28  CEOWorld Magazine1 month ago

The Greece Crisis and its lessons for India

'India cannot expect to be insulated from the crisis. Europe is India's biggest trading partner with two-way trade of E72.5 billion or Rs 530,000 crore last year,' says Paranjoy Guha Thakurta. Even black humour has its ideological orientation as far as today's Greece is concerned. The capitalist version of the joke goes like this. Going Dutch means everyone sitting at a restaurant table shares the bill while Going Greek means that after everyone has eaten and drunk, everyone gets up and ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago

Weekend Roundup: How Will Greece Take Its Hemlock?

Ancient Greece was not only the birthplace of democracy, but also a deathbed of reason when a jury of 500 citizens condemned Socrates to die by hemlock poisoning for his impious attitude toward the order of the day. Defiant to the end, the ...
 Huffington Post2 days ago Weekend Roundup: Turkish and Greek Democracy Upend the Status Quo  Huffington Post3 weeks ago
Hindustan Times

Twitter embraces Modi's selfie call, but skips grim gender gap

Social media platforms were flooded with father-daughter selfies thanks to a message from Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his monthly radio address on Sunday. "In Haryana, a village Sarpanch initiated a #SelfieWithDaughter initiative. I urge ...
 Hindustan Times5 days ago
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