For outsiders to be taken seriously by insiders, outsiders have to become insiders as lateral recruits
There is a feeling among insiders in the government—bureaucrats and politicians—that outsiders give rather high-level (30,000 feet) advice and that it is mostly useless for policymakers and politicians. For the most part, it is true. For example, it is easy to say that India should do structural reforms, improve its banking system, make its labour market more flexible, improve the ease of doing business, reduce the cost of capital for businesses, keep inflation under check, make its agriculture viable and make its fiscal deficit sustainable. Some may add that India should do administrative reforms.
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