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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.
Is it possible for the Left to be pro-poor?
Published on : Tuesday, January 22, 2008
Any sensible Marxist would accept that completing capitalist development is an inevitable step before attempting socialism. However it is reasonable to expect that the Left, especially the communist parties, to take a pro-poor approach even while pursuing capitalist development. However, there are subjective and objective reasons which may discourage the left from taking a really pro-poor approach, beyond the political rhetoric, writes V Santhakumar


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