For a budding economic historian, reading Dietmar Rothermund’s work on India can be an illuminating experience, given that apart from
Second Richest Man Spouts Nonsense https://www.econlib.org/second-richest-man-spouts-nonsense/
This very interesting interview with Alpa Shah is a must-read for anyone aspiring to write narrative non-fiction. Shah, a professor
Two reports in the last couple of days underline the impact of movements and decisions in global trade. This NYT
The debate over India’s GDP numbers (economists are still locking horns over the truth and objectivity in these figures) was
Alpa Shah’s book is an insightful exploration of conflict and its origins, and how the understanding of both eludes politics and policies for tribals in India.