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Aug 15, 2017
Economist Jean Dreze heckled by Jharkhand minister after social activist criticised RSS, BJPEconomist and social activist Jean Dreze could not complete his speech at a programme after a state minister reportedly heckled him.
Jan 08, 2017
Demonetisation impact to last longer than expected: Economist Jean DrezeDemonetisation will take an "awful toll" on the underprivileged, especially wage labourers, and its impact might be worse and last longer than expected, noted development economist Jean Dreze has said.
Nov 22, 2016
Demonetisation: Black money chase a delusion, political parties may be real targets, says Jean DrèzeAccording to Drèze, India is still several decades away from being a cashless economy, and the government needs to focus on effective banking services in rural areas to achieve its financial inclusion goal
Apr 30, 2014
Battle of intellectuals: Amartya Sen vs. Jadgish Bhagwati on ModiTwo of the world's prominent economists from India, Nobel Prize-winning Amartya Sen and Jagdish Bhagwati of Columbia University have come out and expressed their opinion on the idea of Modi-led government.
Aug 13, 2013
Poverty line figures: Statistical jugglery or just bad parameters?Is it time to discard the 'absolute poverty' line of the Planning Commission and devise a new one based on social indicators?
Jul 06, 2013
Food Security ordinance is 'dismaying', says architect of planJean Dreze says there are many shortcomings with the present form of the Food Security Ordinance.
Jul 14, 2012
Why not Jean Dreze for Chief Economic Advisor?If the choice is between an Indian economist with an IMF mindset and someone who knows the real India, the choice of CEA should be the latter.
Dec 23, 2011
Dividing population is impractial & unnecessary: Jean Dreze on Food BillIn an interview with Firstpost Dreze talks about the lacunas in the present Bill and how the government could have given a better deal to the poor.
Dec 23, 2011
Despite poor demand in real estate, prices refuse to go downThe real estate market in India is an ideal example of the subversion of demand-supply economics.