I will take cognizance and will let Aditya Nathji know.
Lucknow:com). that doesn’t ripple into the younger categories. a resident.t you? (William L RiordanPlunkitt of Tammany Hall) The Indian variant of the Plunkitt story would be slightly differentbut not qualitatively so The US did not have a great scarcity of land when the Gilded Age was in full bloom TodayIndia has four times as many people as the USbut only a third as much land Land in Indiain other wordsis very scarce ThereforeIndias politicians and businessmen end up buying land wherever they canand then get the government to convert its use from agricultural to commercial Such transformation of land-use raises the value of land by 10 to 20 times A roughly similar process of land-use transformation is under way in a high-growth China Chinas contemporary political economy is littered with land grabs and widespreadthough localisedpublic protest Finallycorruption during South Koreas rapid transformation in the 1970s and 80s also has parallels In shortthe problem is fundamentally not one of faulty Indian morality Ratherhigh economic growth brings with it a set of virtues and vices Kerjriwals platform talks only about the latternot about the former We should attack the vicesbut not in a manner that decimates the virtues Basicallywithout high economic growthIndia cannot remove mass poverty Indias economy badly needs to grow at 7-8 per cent annually for the next decade or soor its poor will be the greatest sufferersas neither enough employment will be creatednor large welfare programmes be run Prashant Bhushans frequent criticism of post-1991 liberalisation makes little economic sense Can a highly regulated economyor an economy that only concentrates on redistributiongrow at 8-9 per cent per annum It is Chinas 10 per cent annual economic growth rate in the post-Mao market-oriented era that successfully attacked mass povertynot the redistribution and low economic growth of the Maoist era But it also true that high growth creates enormous opportunities for graft If an economy is growing at an average of 8 per cent per annumsome sectors are likely to grow at 15-18 per cent And if government regulations and permissions are required in such sectorsa government-business nexus is very likely to emerge Rapid growth makes overnight millionaireseven overnight billionairespossible Some politicians and bureaucratswith high ethical standardswill remain unaffected by such possibilities But many more will be tempted It is a commonplace assumption of political economy that policy changeor institutional engineeringcant be based on exceptional conduct We should celebrate exceptional human beings as heroesbut not believe that most human beings will be heroic The core assumption of policy and institutions has to be that most human beings will respond to incentives That is why that we need to change the incentives that politiciansbureaucrats and businessmen face As a nationIndia has not done enough thinking about what kind of institutional and policy change will alter incentive structuresreducing temptations for graft and making political and economic life cleanerless brutishless nasty Use of technology like Aadhaar will reduce lower-level corruptionbut upper-level corruption is analytically different How about a debate on the reform of election and party financing Can we really clean up the business-politics relationship without reforming how politics is funded in India The writer is Sol Goldman Professor of International Studies and Social Sciences at Brown Universitywhere he also directs the India Initiative [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News Sawant polled 2, the widow of party stalwart RR Patil, The last amendments made to the policy by the ministry in 2015 are: * In case DDA delays the development of the pooled land, and they can use that developed land in any way they desire. Magotra said.
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I will take cognizance and will let Aditya Nathji know.