India’s new privatisation drive will hurt the poor – and especially the lower castes and tribes.
Tamoghna Halder is an Assistant Professor (Economics) in the School of Arts and Sciences, at Azim Premji University. He holds a PhD in Economics from ... University of California, Davis.
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