It is often believed that ideas of economic freedom and reforms are “not Indian” and have been imported from the West, under circumstances outside our control (such as the balance of payments crisis necessitating the economic reforms of 1991 at the IMF's behest). What prompted our leaders to adopt Central Planning? And who were the ones who stood against ideas of a planned economy and society? Join us at Ashoka University, Delhi on 18 November for a talk on this topic!

For more information, contact Ujwal Batra ( sends e-mail) | +91 99908 81034).

India’s Experience with Central Planning
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Application Deadline
08 Aug 2015