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Dominant or Backward?

Political Economy of Demand for Quotas by Jats, Patels, and Marathas

We would like to thank Guilhem Cassan, Francesca Jensenius, Anirban Kar, Anirban Mitra, and Rohini Somanathan for their suggestions and comments. We are also grateful to conference participants at Yale University; Indian Statistical Institute, New Delhi; International School of Business, Hyderabad; World Bank-International Economic Association “Roundtable on Inequality,” Jordan; Political Economy of India Workshop, Universitè de Namur; and the Centre for Development Economics—Centre for Competitive Advantage in Global Economy; and the University of Warwick workshop “Political Economy and  Development” where earlier versions of this paper were presented, for their suggestions and useful comments. We are responsible for all remaining errors and omissions.

Published On : 26th Feb, 2024

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