India will not carry any clout at the international level if it falls behind in economic growth, he said. Economic Times, 1 month ago
Jagdish Bhagwati optimistic about India's eco growth - Economic Times, 1 month ago
India will lose clout if it falls behind in growth: Jagdish Bhagwati - Indian Oil & Gas, 1 month ago
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loading... Interviewer: Gordon CampbellInterviewee: , Senior Fellow for International Economics November 28, 2012 I Recently, Werewolf secured an exclusive phone interview with Bhagwati in New Delhi, in between his meeting with the Congress Party ...Council On Foreign Relations, 1 month ago The Hard Road to Syrian Peace Council On Foreign Relations, 6 days ago Economic Change on Mexico's Horizon Council On Foreign Relations, 1 month ago
Arvind Panagariya, a professor of Indian economics at Columbia University, hits out at Nobel laureate and Harvard University professor Amartya Sen over his call to confront MPs with the "number of deaths" a delayed can cause. The former chief ...Economic Times, 1 day ago
Thecasualties at Rana Plaza have prompted a far-reaching discussion of the economics and the ethics of the global garment manufacturing supply chain. Earlier this week, Keith Bradsher of the New York Times described the scramble among retailers to ...National Review, 3 days ago A garment May Day The Hindu, 2 weeks ago
India Shining, the two words that haunt the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) are trending on twitter. That's nine years after the campaign rolled out! The credit for furious trolling (and some wows!) goes to Manish Tewari, the minister of state ...New Delhi Pioneer, 6 days ago
The collapse of a garment factory in Bangladesh in April may seem a world away to most Americans. But US retailers are reassessing the working conditions of their outsourced foreign labour. Bangladeshi relatives hold photos of the missing and dead ...Channel NewsAsia, 1 week ago Disney pulls out of Bangladesh after factory tragedy Yahoo! News, 2 weeks ago Disney pulls out of Bangladesh: Will that make workers safer? Christian Science Monitor, 2 weeks ago The Walt Disney Company pulls out of Bangladesh: Will that make workers safer? Christian Science Monitor, 2 weeks ago
The death toll at Rana Plaza in Bangladesh has surpassed 900 as another factory fire has claimed an additional eight lives in the industrial district of Mirpur. Fortunately, the fire in the 11-story building that manufactured mainly sweaters was ...Brandchannel.com, 1 week ago
Yesterday, Sen bobbed up just when the UPA under siege for every known scam in India tried to start discussions on the Food Security Bill in order to divert attention from scams. Sure enough, Sen was at hand to defend it, never mind the economic ...Firstpost.com, 1 week ago
NEW DELHI: Nobel Prize-winning economist Amartya Sen has called for confronting politicians who disrupt Parliament with 'estimated numbers of deaths' caused by delay in passage of the . He said that it was unlikely that Prime Minister Manmohan ...Economic Times, 2 weeks ago
That a large number of its children are malnourished OR that they appear to be more malnourished than the children of Sub-Saharan Africa? Ideally, it should be the former that even Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is seemingly ashamed of; but for some, ...Firstpost.com, 2 weeks ago
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