Monthly Archives: April 2016

Odd-Even Scheme and Capitalism

Through the history of capitalism, the workers have been alienated from the process of production and decision-making, forced into regimented work hours, pushed out of cities into suburbs, made to commute long hours everyday at the same time with everyone … Continue reading

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So you went to Pakistan? WHY?

This happened during my way back from Karachi this week at Delhi airport, and is a sad indicator of the state of affairs around us today. The immigration officer at the arrivals terminal was a fan of the current PM, … Continue reading

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Dr. Ambedkar’s Economics: A passing remark

Ambedkar argued for an independent central bank and rule-based monetary policy, way before time inconsistency became a part of standard literature in monetary economics. He also argued against dictatorship of proletariat (in what seems like the unfinished discourse of the … Continue reading

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