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Past Issue • Jul-Sep 2014

Economy And the New Government: The Road Ahead

Leading academics and socio-economic analysts took part in a panel discussion on the new government’s economic agenda jointly hosted by the Bharti Institute of Public Policy at the Indian School of Business in association with the Oxford University Press.

Following the National Democratic Alliance victory in the recently concluded general elections, the new government will face renewed expectations with regard to reforms and governance. The incoming Narendra Modi led Government’s first litmus test in the immediate term would be the Union Budget 2014, due to be presented within the next couple of months. While the BJP’s election manifesto called for boosting economic growth and promises revival of the Indian economy, the exact contours of the new government’s economic agenda are yet to be articulated. In this context, the Bharti Institute of Public Policy at the Indian School of Business in association with the Oxford University Press organised a panel discussion on the ‘Economic Agenda of the Next Government of India’ on May 10, 2014 at the School’s Mohali campus.

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