ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

Growth with Justice

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COMMONPLACES are frequently worth repeating. A commonplace, social scientists should occasionally be remind- ed of, is that their explanations of events determine the kinds of policy considered...
When Edwin Lutyens was commissioned to build New Delhi in 1912, Herbert Baker, one of his associates, wrote to him: "It is really a great event in the history of the world and of architecture, that...
UNEMPLOYMENT The question naturally arises as to what is the number of unemployed persons in the country. Until recently, the Planning Commission used to provide estimates of this number. The term "...
countered' on another front. Unexpectedly she proposed a series of economic reforms to the party meeting then in session
in Overpopulated Countries V M Dandekar The problem of achieving agricultural growth with social justice is especially complicated in over- populated and underdeveloped countries, First, because non...
ECONOMIC growth and social justice cannot be spoken of in universal, lime- less terms. In fact, we cannot legitimately confound the relationship as it existed between these two variables, for...
The New Orthodoxy IT lias become part of the new orthodoxy in official circles in India that the only feasible as well as the surest way of improving the economic conditions of the weaker sections...
of economic and strategic strength. But the other goals stress social justice. One goal is economic equality. This is expressed in a relative (although not complete, yet) equalising of wages, and an...
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