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We’ve heard a lot since Barack Obama’s election to the presidency of the US, about his administration’s prospective economic impact on India. But what are the key differences between a Democrat approach to economics and a Republican approach? How far apart are these two, really, on the economic spectrum? And in these economically muddled times, will a Democrat approach to the financial crisis be vastly different from a Republican approach?
To answer these questions, our guest on Just to Clarify is Rajeev Anantaram, a senior fellow at the Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations. Dr. Anantaram holds a Ph.D. in public policy and applied economics from the University of Pittsburgh. He was previously senior economist and head at CRISIL New Delhi, and he has worked for think tanks, non profits and the private sector in both India and the US.