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My Time with EPW

Eco nomic & Political Weekly (EPW) has completed 50 long and fruitful years of publication. It has become an institution that promotes research in social and human sciences. It has also acquired an enviable reputation among a transnational community of scholars for its academic standards and...

Remembering the Past, Continuing with the Present

One of the EPW’s long-time writers reminisces about his association with the Economic Weekly, and then, from the late 1960s–early 1970s, his relationship with the EPW (and Krishna Raj) as a regular correspondent.

EPW: A Unique Journal

The Economic & Political Weekly has been able to successfully raise, elaborate and theorise on those aspects of economic and social reality that one finds around oneself. And it has been successful to a remarkable degree. Of course, one also comes across some academic economists who regard themselves as purists, and when it comes to EPW, have an attitude of disdain for the kind of writing it employs. This should be regarded as par for the course.

What EPW Means to Me

Veteran political economist Amiya Kumar Bagchi ( ) looks back on a long association with Economic Weekly and Economic and Political Weekly , which contributed to his intellectual development, made him a member of the EPW subfamily and resulted in friendships that he still cherishes.


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