India’s economic growth rate is now the second-fastest in the world. But although it’s progress is having a profound global impact, this has not been achieved by following the usual policy prescriptions. Dr. Sinha, a lecturer in the department of development studies and chair at the Centre for South Asian studies at the School of Oriental and African Studies, will discuss the country’s unique approach to development. He teaches and researches in the areas of the history of global development, anti-capitalist and counter-systemic movements and neo-liberalism
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