4 min read.Updated: 19 Feb 2020, 11:18 PM ISTArun Maira
The country needs new ideas to uplift people in villages even if blinkered economists have little time for our rural multitudes
Listening to debates among economists following the budget, it is clear they agree that the Indian economy is not doing well. And that they do not agree upon what the remedy is. They seem to argue like the proverbial blinkered men around the elephant, each aware of only a part of the animal, yet convinced that he has the solution. Their views are coloured by their ideologies. Their debates also reveal the limitations of mainstream economics.
Recommended For You
Select your Category
Internet Not Available
Wait for it…
Log in to our website to save your bookmarks. It'll just take a moment.