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Oh No! Jagdish Bhagwati In Yet Another War Of Letters

Oh No! Jagdish Bhagwati In Yet Another War Of Letters

Those who promoted laissez-faire economics required an explanation when the magic of the markets... Why Berlin Is The City Of Second Chances How the city accepts its dark past, bows its head humbly, closes its eyes and delivers a heartfelt... Mumbai Musings ... Outlook, 1 week ago

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PM's reform speed is rightly slow: Jagdish Bhagwati

By Jagdish Bhagwati & Pravin Krishna A ship going in the wrong direction cannot be turned around quickly without risking a disastrous accident. That is what happened with 'shock therapy' in Russia where economist Jeffrey Sachs backed rapid reforms, ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Bhagwati: PM reform speed rightly slow | Consumption at 10-yr low  Economic Times1 month ago

One year of Modi government: PM’s reform speed is rightly slow, some slogans not so smart, opines Jagdish Bhagwati

The new government will have to redress this deficiency, by encouraging both labour-intensive services and manufactures. At the same time, of course, the argument in support of the services sector should not be taken to the other extreme, as some influential ...
 Economic Times1 month ago One year of Modi government PM's reform speed is rightly slow some slogans not so smart opines Jagdish Bhagwati  New Delhi News.Net1 month ago
Dhaka Tribune

Reform, growth, and economic refugees

Professor Jagdish Bhagwati, one of the world's top economists of Indian origin at Columbia University and the pioneer in advocating FDI replacing aid in developing nations, contributed an article to the Financial Times on June 6. The subject ...
 Dhaka Tribune2 weeks ago Borders are closing and banks are in retreat. Is globalisation dead?  HF Implode1 month ago
The Land Australia

Politicians fail to make the economic case for free trade

Posted by onMonday, July 6th 2015 Tim Harcourt Australia's Trade Minister Andrew Robb is regularly lauded as one of the most effective performers in the federal government for finalising his trifecta of free trade agreements (FTA) with South ...
 Australian School of Business1 day ago What price free trade?  The Land Australia4 days ago Why politicians fail to make the economic case for free trade  Noodls5 days ago Why free trade matters  Al Jazeera3 weeks ago
Outlook India

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 India3 days ago

Failure to heed PC's trade policy advice is madness

The Productivity Commission has just released a Trade and Assistance Review for 2013-14 that is highly critical of the Abbott government's pursuit of preferential trade agreements. This is not the first time the PC has attacked PTAs. It did so in ...
 WA Today4 days ago

Is India forever condemned to live with corruption?

Democracy is a necessary but not a sufficient condition for rooting out corruption The Opposition has demanded that External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj should quit for allegedly facilitating Lalit Modi in procuring British travel documents. Photograph: PTI The recent Lalit Modi affair has raised two serious questions about corruption in India. Why has India's vibrant democracy not been able to check corruption? And are we condemned forever to live with corruption far higher than that in ...
 Rediff.com6 days ago Ashok K Lahiri: Corruption and Indian democracy  Business Standard India6 days ago

Smriti Iranis Degree isn't the Problem NDTV

One really can't blame Smriti Irani, our Education Minister, for that mess in education since she's not really much educated herself. Oh, she did pass her school-departing exams, but can't quite remember what degree course she requested or where ...
 NewsListOnline1 week ago Smriti Irani's College Degree is Not the Problem  NDTV1 week ago
New Eastern Outlook

Trans-Pacific Partnership: Keeping the US Hegemony in-tact

The much talked about Trans-Pacific Partnership (T.P.P) to be signed between the US and its allies in the Pacific region, has undoubtedly acquired central position in the US Asia Pivot policy. Given the scale, range and extent of this agreement, it ...
 New Eastern Outlook1 week ago Behind the Trans-Pacific Partnership Talks  Seoul Times3 weeks ago How the TPP Could Divide, More than Unite, the Region  Economy Watch4 weeks ago
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