Arvind Panagariya

Capsule Review
Sept/Oct
2013
Richard N. Cooper

Bhagwati and Panagariya propose ways to accelerate India’s growth while also making its redistributive policies more effective.

Capsule Review
Nov/Dec
2012
Andrew J. Nathan

India’s economic reforms of the 1980s through the first decade of this century unleashed private enterprise, encouraged foreign investment, and expanded foreign trade. Kohli calls this economic strategy “pro-business” rather than “pro-market” because it coddles big firms. Bhagwati, Panagariya, and their contributors present an alternative view based on an analysis of survey and economic data. They show that poverty has fallen among even the most disadvantaged caste and tribal groups.

Capsule Review
May/June
2008
Lucian W. Pye
Essay
Special
2005
Arvind Panagariya

Agriculture will be the make-or-break issue in Hong Kong. On the surface, obstacles to an agreement seem insuperable. But a careful examination of the current agricultural trade regime reveals that prospects for an agreement are not as bleak as they appear.

Review Essay
Sep/Oct
2004
Arvind Panagariya

Economic journalist Martin Wolf adds sharp insights to the trade-liberalization debate and scores a major victory against critics of globalization.