B. R. Shenoy: India’s Experience with Central Planning
This conference looked at the history of India's experience with central planning through the eyes of one of its chief critics, B. R. Shenoy, one of the very few (along with P. T. Bauer and Milton Friedman), who saw the folly of central economic planning in their day.
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