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Dr. Atanu Dey – Edward Hugh – The Economy of India

SUNDAY, MARCH 05, 2006

James Reese, Atanu Dey and Edward Hugh discuss the Indian economy.

Topics covered include: Indian development options; should India be treated as a single country; should India concentrate on services as an engine of growth; the role of public education in economic development; what role should the Indian government play in economic development, and what is their current 5 year plan; and prospects for the next 10 years.

Dr. Atanu Dey, an economist with Netcore Solutions living near Mumbai, India. Edward Hugh is a consulting economist living and working in Barcelona, Spain. Edward’s areas of research are demography, macroeconomics, and the Euro.

Copyright 2006 Radio Economics.

Downloads: 185 Today, 5000 This week

Rating: Squeaky Clean (G) ( MP3 / 17.6MB / 62Kbps / 38min 27sec )

Fragments – 7

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Dr Wafa Sultan

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