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The Market beckons
Published on : Monday, August 24, 2009
India is heading towards capitalism – slowly, but surely, despite political obstacles. There can never be a return to state socialism. Knowledge of catallactics, which is knowledge of how human beings act in markets, and how these markets work, has a definite demand, and this demand will only grow, writes Sauvik Chakraverti.
The Politics of Economic Reform in India
Published on : Friday, July 27, 2007
Since economic reforms were started in India over fifteen years ago, the Indian economic growth rate has steadily climbed from about 5 percent to over 8 percent, and there is a belief that it may even reach 10 percent and sustain at this level over the short to medium term. Barun Mitra, Founder and Director of the Liberty Institute in India, and Swaminathan Aiyar, Consulting Editor of The Economic Times and Research Scholar at the Cato Institute, discuss these important issues


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